The European Aviation Safety Agency announced today, Tuesday, that it will allow, next week, the resumption of service of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, after modifications made to it, following two accidents that caused 346 deaths.
“We expect to publish the flight permission next week, and from our point of view, Boeing Max will be able to fly again in Europe, starting next week,” said European Agency director Patrick Key during a video conference.
On this decision and its reasons, Ki explained, “We have reached the stage in which our four requirements have been met, which is a good understanding of what happened in the past, and treatment of all the factors that led to the occurrence of accidents, and the European Agency for Aviation Safety itself to verify a number of points. Critical, that the pilots are properly educated and trained. “
And the Canadian authorities indicated, on Monday, that it would allow the resumption of flights over its territory of the “Boeing 737 Max” plane, from Wednesday.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FFA), and then the Brazilian authorities, had given the green light to return these aircraft to service last November.
It is worth noting that Boeing has suffered setbacks due to the frequent accidents of this model of aircraft, in addition to the Corona virus crisis.
Source: “France Press”