Boeing 737 Max aircraft parked in Seattle (symbol photo)
After the United States, Brazil and Canada, the European Aviation Safety Authority also wants to re-approve the Boeing 737 Max.
DHe will approve the European aviation safety authority EASA Boeing 737 Max, which has been banned worldwide following two accidents in the coming week.
“We will allow the aircraft to return to the sky next week,” AAAA chief Patrick Kay said at a press conference with the Aviation Press Club on Tuesday.
After the US and Brazil, Canada recently approved the aircraft again. In the future, EASA will work more closely with the US Aviation Safety Authority FAA on certification of new aircraft. It is possible that the process will take longer in the beginning.