References to ADIRU in EASA documents concerning the 737 Max investigation/recertification

Nick Scott Plummer made this access to documents request to European Aviation Safety Agency

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Nick Scott Plummer

Dear European Aviation Safety Agency,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

I would like to be provided any EASA documents/correspondence relating to the 737 Max investigation and/or recertification process which contain reference to the ADIRU flight system.

Yours faithfully,

Nick Scott Plummer
Channel 4 News UK

info, European Aviation Safety Agency

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Dear Mr Plummer,


On behalf Ms Stéphanie Rostren, Head of the Legal Department at EASA,
please find attached a response to your request on access to documents.


Best regards,

Orna  Cosgrove



Orna Cosgrove

Legal Department

European Aviation Safety Agency


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