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The European Air Agency gave Boeing a “green light” 737Max to resume flights in Europe.

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Data picture: On December 2, 2020, local time, after many months of security ban, the Boeing 737MAX plane of the United States carried out its first passenger return flight in the United States in the 2nd, witnessed by many media reporters. The flight was carried out by American Airlines (AA). The picture shows a Boeing 737MAX flying at the apron.

January 27th – Comprehensive foreign media reported that on the 27th local time, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said that it had approved the Boeing 737 Max to resume services in Europe.

Twenty-two months ago, the plane was grounded due to two fatal accidents.

According to AFP, the agency said in a statement that after extensive analysis by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, “we have determined that the 737 Max can safely resume service”, adding that the assessment was conducted “incompletely independent of Boeing or the Federal Aviation Authority of the United States”.

According to Reuters, Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Aviation Safety Agency, said, “We fully believe that the aircraft is safe, which is a prerequisite for approval.

But as the 737 MAX aircraft resumes service, we will continue to pay close attention to its operation.”

In October 2018 and March 2019, two Boeing 737 Max planes in Indonesia and Ethiopia crashed one after another, killing a total of 346 people.

After two air crashes, the Boeing 737 Max was banned worldwide in March 2019.

Since then, the EUA has conducted a comprehensive review of the design of the 737 Max aircraft, independent of the U.S. regulatory agency, the Federal Aviation Administration.

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