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More than a year after the two fatal Boeing accidents 737 MAX, the European authorities could give the authorization for this plane to resume its flights on the continent, we learned on Friday.
737 MAX could get a new permit to fly in November and resume commercial operation by the end of the year, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA ).
For the first time in a year and a half, I can say that an issue is in sight regarding the work on the MAX, Patrick Ky, executive director of EASA, told the French trade press.Banned from flying since March 2019
The European agency expects to lift its ban on flights not long after a similar decision by its American counterpart,, probably in November, but the necessary national authorizations for each company could resume operation of the 737 MAX could take longer, added Patrick Ky.
The 737 MAX has been banned from flying around the world since March 2019 following two air disasters in the space of five months. around 350 deaths in total.
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