European Regulators Want To Make Their Own Call About Boeing 737 Max Safety

David Ryder  / Bloomberg

European safety regulators have their own questions about the safety of Boeing Max aircraft. Pictured is a Boeing 737 Max 9. David Ryder / Bloomberg

Skift Take: Not long ago, the world looked to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration for guidance. But the Boeing 737 Max saga has changed this. Now, Europe wants to make its own call about whether the airplane is safe. This process could take awhile.

— Brian Sumers

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Marketers From Closed Mexico Tourism Office Go Out on Their Own

Manuel Valdes  / Associated Press

In this December. 2, 2015 photo, a woman leaves Playa de los Muertos, or Beach of the Dead, while a dog looks on in Sayulita, Mexico. Ex-staffers of the Mexico tourism board are looking to promote sometimes-forgotten destinations in Mexico. Manuel Valdes / Associated Press

Skift Take: Former staffers from the closed Los Angeles office of the Mexico Tourism Board have regrouped to offer marketing services for Mexican destinations. Such services are needed, particularly for regions outside of Mexico’s most popular tourist areas.

— Maria Lenhart

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