The Federal Aviation Administration has reinstated the Boeing 737 MAX’s operating certificate one year, eight months, and six days since it was rescinded on March 13th, 2019. The approval gives airlines the green light to prepare to return the type to service.
To say that the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX has gone on longer than was first expected would be an understatement. Indeed, when the aircraft was first grounded, nobody expected that it would take so long to return to the skies. However, after a series of test flights in the late summer, significant progress had been made in the past months.
Boeing 737 MAX recertified
As of today, the Federal Aviation Administration has rescinded its grounding order of the Boeing 737. This means airlines will return the aircraft to service once they have actioned work specified in the relevant airworthiness directive and completed crew training…More Here
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