Warning light halts Boeing 737 MAX flight in Canada

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2021/01/25 | 200 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

Canadian airline Westjet on Friday cancelled a flight just prior to take-off after a warning light went off in the cockpit of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.The 737 MAX had only been allowed by Canada to fly in its airspace days earlier, after Boeing addressed technical issues and improved pilot training on the MAX in the aftermath of two fatal crashes that had led to it being grounded worldwide for almost two years.WestJet Flight 658 from Calgary to Toronto left the gate with passengers on boa...(…)

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