granted exclusive interview with EASA has announced it was been granted an exclusive interview with the head of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the company said.

The interview was granted following a presentation to European Parliament expressing skepticism of Boeing/FAA safety standards and pledging a tougher stance on ungrounding the deadly Boeing 737 MAX.

EU is undecided about ungrounding Boeing 737 MAX., established in 2007, is the largest airline passenger organization. It publishes a bi-weekly newsletter, operates a free hotline for airline passengers 877-FLYERS6, advocates for passenger rights and interests, represents passengers on the FAA Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee dealing with air safety and maintains a staffed office in Washington, DC.