Air Europa suffered a cyberattack on its online payment system. While there is no evidence of fraudulent use, customers are warned to replace their bank cards as a precautionary measure.

Air Europa Customers Urged to Cancel Cards Following Hack on Payment System

Spanish airline Air Europa has advised its customers to cancel their credit cards after a cyberattack compromised its online payment system. The airline did not disclose the number of affected customers or the timing of the attack. Air Europa stated that there is no evidence of fraud resulting from the breach. Affected customers and financial institutions are being notified, and customers are urged to cancel and replace any bank cards used on the airline's website to prevent potential fraudulent use of their information. Air Europa had previously been fined for mishandling a data breach in 2018.

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