EASA

EASA opposes Qatar CAA’s opinion over grounded Qatar Airways A350s

The European regulator EASA reportedly will not take any actions over the potential safety-related risks of 13 grounded Qatar Airways Airbus A350 jets....


EU to move forward with Belarus sanctions

The European Union moves forward to enact sanctions on Belarus following the Ryanair flight FR4978 incident on May 23, 2021....


EASA certifies Ryanair’s high-density Boeing 737 MAX 8200

EASA certified Ryanair’s high-density Boeing 737 MAX 8200 aircraft....


Pilot licenses caught in post-Brexit limbo

Since Brexit, while some agreements have come into force to ease the transition, for pilots, the story is not the same regarding their licenses....


EASA: no flight for aircrew for 72 hours after vaccination

EASA recommends airline crew to take up to 72 hours-long break after getting vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus before returning to duty....


Boeing claims potential danger in A321XLR fuel tank design

EASA has received Boeing’s submission claiming integrally-located fuel tanks of Airbus A321XLR pose a fire hazard....


BREAKING: EASA finally ungrounds Boeing 737 MAX

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has officially ungrounded the Boeing 737 MAX, ending the grounding in Europe....


New safety-related concerns raise over Boeing 737 MAX

New safety-related concerns raise over the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft....


Patrick Ky: Boeing 737 MAX meets EASA conditions

EASA executive director Patrick Ky indicated that the 737 MAX has met the agency's conditions, as it would be un-grounded in Europe soon....


EASA to approve Boeing 737 MAX by the end of January 2021

EASA director Patrick Ky announced the authority would approve the return of the Boeing 737 MAX to the European skies by the end of January 2021....