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BOEING 737 MAX SAFE TO FLY ACCORDING TO EUROPE’S AVIATION REGULATOR

Boeing 737 MAX Safe To Fly According to EASA

COLOGNE, GERMANY – According to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) the Boeing 737 MAX is safe to fly and will probably be allowed to fly again soon, EASA director Patrick Ky said to Bloomberg. In September the organization conducted test flights with the aircraft. “Our analysis is showing that this is safe, and

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EUROPEAN UNION SUSPENDS BOEING 737 MAX FLIGHTS AFTER ETHIOPIA CRASH

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COLOGNE – The Boeing 737 MAX must remain on the ground throughout the European Union for the time being. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is not taking any risk and suspended all flights today, following the Ethiopia crash last weekend that killed 157 people. Switzerland said that it will follow the EASA. It’s

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