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Both UK CAA And EASA Clear Boeing 737 MAX To Fly In UK And Europe

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In separate announcements, both the UK Civil Aviation Authority and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have cleared the grounded Boeing 737 MAX to operate commercial flights within their respective jurisdictions. (www.gatechecked.com) More...

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Greg77FA
Greg77FA 1
I think I 'll sit this one out for a see what happens. Lost total trust in Boeing.
tomcat1965
Thomas Schneider 5
737MAX has nearly 6,000 flight hours since re-entering service. EASA and CAA Wouldn't lift their respective grounding if they weren't absolutely sure the MAX was safe to fly.
EtienneDaniels
Etienne Daniels 1
Still trust their airplanes but not their management. I would advise them not to travel to Europe, they may end up in front of a judge.
hpeffer
hubert peffer 0
In anyway still a great plane ! Love to see them back...
mustangn3dh
douglas haig -1
It is about time,why were they dragging their feet once the US approved it, it should have almost automatic for the CAA and EASA to follow suit! When I was with the FAA we never seem to have such problems
EtienneDaniels
Etienne Daniels 4
Why, please explain? The FAA let Boeing do the whole thing themselves and they just signed the paperwork without double checking the airplane.
So why should the rest of the world trust them this time?

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