The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority will certify the plane separatelyBoeing’s 737 Max aircraft has been given the green light to return to the skies in
The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority will certify the plane separately
Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft has been given the green light to return to the skies in the EU by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), after a 22-month grounding following two fatal crashes.
Marking a crucial step in its return to service, a modified version of the US company’s previously best-selling aeroplane has been given permission to fly again, although not until a package of checks and training is completed. The move does not apply to the UK after its departure from the EU on 1 January, and the UK regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority, will certify the plane separately.