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EASA has opted not to adopt Japan's airworthiness directive on testing and replacing Koito seats, ruling that the agency's June 2 directive will remain in force for its operators.The Japan Civil Aviation Board (JCAB) issued AD TCD-7856-2011 (.pdf) on June 8. In its decision not to adopt the JCAB directive (.pdf), EASA explained that JCAB's requirements deviate from the EASA AD in several key areas, including compliance times. In addition, the JCAB directive does not allow for cabin reconfiguration if affected seats are pulled for testing.
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