EU bans two Pakistani airlines in wake of licence scandal

By |julij 1st, 2020|EASA, News|

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) banned Pakistan’s national airline from operating in EU airspace on Tuesday (30 June), after an inquest found that up to a third of Pakistani pilots may have acquired their licences illegally.

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Electric plane certified by EU regulator in world-first

By |junij 12th, 2020|EASA, electric planes, News|

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) granted this week an electric aircraft worldwide certification to operate, in what the regulator hailed as a massive step forward in battery-powered flight.

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EU aviation regulator prepares to get planes back in skies

By |maj 4th, 2020|EASA, News|

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on Monday (4 May) started advising airports on how to resume operations properly, after the coronavirus outbreak grounded a majority of flights. Operators will have to check for debris and wild animals, among ...

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UK set to eject out of EU aviation regulator

By |marec 9th, 2020|Brexit, EASA, Grant Schapps, News|

The United Kingdom will leave the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) at the end of 2020, according to Britain’s transport minister. Shifting responsibility back to its own regulator could cost the UK £400m over the course of a decade though.

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EU watchdog insists own safety tests needed on grounded Boeings

By |september 6th, 2019|Boeing, EASA, FAA, News, Patrick Ky|

The Europea Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will run its own tests on Boeing's grounded aircraft rather than simply accept the assessment of its US counterpart, the regulator's head said this week, marking a break with international air safety conv...

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Boeing crash could be ‘scandal to rival Dieselgate’, say MEPs

By |marec 19th, 2019|Boeing, EASA, Ethiopia, News, United States|

The European Parliament’s transport committee quizzed the head of the EU Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on Monday (18 March) about the ongoing investigation into a crash that prompted agencies around the world to ground Boeing MAX aircraft.

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L’EASA fête ses 25 ans à Bruxelles le 19 octobre [Sponsored]

By |september 20th, 2017|advertising self-regulation, EASA, News|

Depuis 25 ans, l'Alliance Européene pour l'Ethique en Publicité (EASA) a favorisé la promotion d'une meilleure publicité grâce à une autorégulation efficace.

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The EASA is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Brussels on October 19th [Sponsored]

By |september 19th, 2017|advertising, advertising self-regulation, commercial, EASA, News|

For 25 years, the European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA) has been successfully promoting better advertising through effective self-regulation.

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EU aims to regulate drone traffic from 2019

By |junij 16th, 2017|Aviation, drones, EASA, European Aviation Safety, News, Violeta Bulc|

The EU's air traffic management body unveiled on Friday (16 June) a proposal for regulating the use of unmanned aircraft (drones) in low-level airspace from 2019, saying it should help create "a strong and dynamic EU drone services market".

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EU regulator says airline ‘laptop ban’ ban may compromise safety

By |april 6th, 2017|air safety, EASA, electronic devices, European Air Safety Agency, European Aviation Safety, News|

Europe's aviation regulator voiced concern on Wednesday (5 April) over the risk of battery fires in the cargo holds of passenger planes after US and British authorities banned certain electronics from passenger cabins.

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