Oct 9, 2020
Ryanair expects Boeing 737 Max jet clearance soon
Ryanair has said it expects the controversial Boeing 737 Max plane to be allowed to fly again in the US in the next month or so. Investigators of the fatal crashes blamed faults in the 737 Max's flight control system, which Boeing has been overhauling for months in order to meet new safety demands. Mr Wilson was speaking after the US airline regulator, the Federal Aviation Administration, issued a draft report on revised training procedures for the 737 Max. It is not the only regulator putting the modified 737 Max through its paces. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency, which started its own testing programme last month, has maintained that clearance by the FAA will not automatically mean the plane is considered airworthy in Europe.
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