I think it's important to note that the ICAO Safety Oversight Manual sets international standards and applies to transborder operations. That—and I won't necessarily read it all—says:
The surveillance...should be accomplished on a continuing basis, performed at specified times or intervals or conducted in conjunction with the renewal of a licence, certificate or other approval. ICAO publishes guidance.... In the case of—
—various types of operators—
—regardless of the method used for surveillance, all significant aspects of the operator's or organization's procedures and practices should be evaluated and appropriate inspections—
—of different types, clearly, from the previous point—
—conducted at least once in every 12-month period.
When you take the combination of the scheduled program validation inspections, the various types of process inspections that go on relating to particular safety flags or issues that may arise, along with the other types of interventions that we classify as inspections—although they certainly range in their level of detail and intensity—and you apply them across the system, you will find, we believe, that we fully comply with the ICAO standards. That is certainly the approach we take, and we take it very seriously.