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EU aviation regulator to soon allow 737 Max to fly after grounding in 2019

EU aviation regulator to soon allow 737 Max to fly after grounding in 2019

EU’s aviation regulator is coming close to a conclusion to permit Boeing 737 to fly once again after it was grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes i.e. 2018 crash in Indonesia and a 2019 crash in Ethiopia. Bloomberg reported, that EU aviation Safety Agency’s ED, Patrick Ky, said that he was satisfied with the changes made to the jet which is safe enough to commence flying by year end.

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Tim vB
Tim vB 3 days

No thanks I will fly with airbus thank you very much. Or the 777 which has stood the test of time. There are no do-overs on this one.

Mike Hunt
Mike Hunt 3 days

This is just what the world needs. A few more plans falling out of the sky should make us all forget about COVID

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EU aviation regulator to soon allow 737 Max to fly after grounding in 2019

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