EASA pinpoints new Boeing 737 MAX problem

Daily Newsletter | July 8, 2019
Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is proposing £183.39 million (approximately $229.64 million fine against British Airways for the data breach incident that occurred back in 2018. The incident is classified as infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
On this day, July 8, 1953, New York Airways began its helicopter passenger services. 
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency sent a list of five changes to be made for the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again in the European skies. While most of the corrections align with FAA’s recommendations, one of them related to the autopilot might have never been raised before.
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