The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has no plans to change its safety guidance for the Sinai region following the crash of a Metrojet Airbus A321 on Oct. 31. The A321 crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula shortly after takeoff from Sham el-Sheikh airport, en route to Saint Petersburg, killing 217 passengers and seven crew members. Responding to a query from ATW about whether EASA had issued any precautionary flight routings guidance following the accident, an EASA spokesman said: ...

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