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ENAIRE receives the highest aviation safety score in Europe

ENAIRE reinforces its position as a leader and benchmark in Europe in air safety management.

UK pilots urge government to end post-Brexit “license inequality”

The open letter calls for immediate action amid “real-life impacts” on pilots who are struggling to find work

Artificial Intelligence in the airspace

EUROCONTROL, IATA, EASA and Airbus discuss current programs utilising machine learning and AI to support aviation operations.

EASA green-lights Boeing 737 MAX return

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has today (January 27), given its seal of approval to the Boeing 737 MAX, ending a nearly two-year grounding period by allowing the jet to return to the skies in the region.

EASA reveals 737 MAX approval timeline

A week after the FAA un-grounded the embattled jet, EASA laid out its approach to getting the 737 MAX back into service

Boeing 737 MAX set for US approval tomorrow

The embattled jet moves closer to returning to the skies with green light imminent

EASA reveals when it expects to lift 737 MAX ban

Following a series of test flights earlier this month, European regulators have said when they think the type could return to service in the region

European Regulator Reveals 737 MAX Recertification Plans

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) last week revealed its test flight schedule for recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX.

PIA to Resume UK Flying Before Ban Ends, Here’s How

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has approved a request by Pakistan International Airlines to recommence services connecting Islamabad to Birmingham and Manchester

Why PIA is Operating Flights to Europe After Being Banned

Today is the first day of a six-month ban on European flights for Pakistan’s national carrier as the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) yesterday withdrew its Third Country Operator (TCO) authorisation.