Boeing says 737 MAX expected to resume flying in January

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2019/11/13 | 631 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

Boeing on Monday said it expects the 737 MAX airplane, which was grounded after two crashes killed 346 people, to resume flying in January, delaying its return by one month.In a statement, the group said it still hopes to receive certification next month from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), allowing it to resume MAX deliveries to airline customers before the end of the year."In parallel, we are working towards final validation of the updated training requirements, which must occur...(…)

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