EU regulator clears Boeing 737 MAX for flights

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2021/01/28 | 252 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
EU regulator clears Boeing 737 MAX for flights © Boeing

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and its UK counterpart on Wednesday cleared the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again in European skies, 22 months after the plane was grounded following two fatal crashes."Following extensive analysis by EASA, we have determined that the 737 MAX can safely return to service," EASA director Patrick Ky said in a statement."This assessment was carried out in full independence of Boeing or the (American) Federal Aviation Administration and without any econ...(…)

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