Safe trip? Aboard the revamped Boeing 737 MAX' 1st public flight

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2020/12/03 | 549 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

Will this plane land safely?That question was very much on the minds of the 87 passengers on the revamped Boeing 737 MAX's first public flight Wednesday following a 20-month grounding after two fatal crashes.US authorities last month gave the green light for the plane to return to service after upgrades in the wake of the two calamities that killed 346 people.Wednesday's promotional American Airlines voyage between Dallas, Texas and Tulsa, Oklahoma was intended to reassure the public before ...(…)

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