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February 01, 2021

ECA Pilots Endorse EASA’s Airworthiness Directive on 737MAX

European Cockpit Association Weighs in on EASA Decision-Making

EASA is clearing the Boeing 737 MAX to fly after nearly 2-year grounding. The Airworthiness Directive issued today concludes a meaningful and thorough Boeing 737 MAX Return To Service (RTS) process. While trust and confidence were severely undermined at the start of the recertification, the involvement of other parties – such as EASA and pilots – as well as the increased scrutiny from EU decision-makers has resulted in a more transparent and reassuring process.

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Canadian Flight Attendants Call 'Mayday' After New Travel Restrictions

FA Union Claims Thousands Of Jobs Have Been Lost

Responding to the Prime Minister’s announcement of new travel restrictions for all international arrivals and the cancellation of several flight routes, Wesley Lesosky, President of the Airline Division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), made the following statement: “We appreciate the urgency and the need for measures to prevent the spread of new variants in Canada. But we need the government to work with us, instead of against us. Instead, almost one year into this pandemic, the government still has no plan to help airlines in Canada recover or even survive. Let’s be clear: these measures will put more people out of work right away and further jeopardize the viabil

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