MIAMI – Earlier today, Transport Canada issued a statement announcing an airworthiness directive (AD) pertaining to the Boeing 737 MAX series returning to service in the country. Transport Canada has spent over 15,000 hours extensively reviewing the troublesome airliner, and the AD outlines the final requirements for modifications to the jet.
The Canadian regulator’s work on the review of the aircraft has made the nation a leader in the MAX project as a whole, aiding the United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on many decisions regarding the MAX.
Additionally, the regulator is overseeing the implementation of the read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”