MIAMI – The head of the European aviation safety agency, EASA, told the BBC the Boeing 737 MAX was now safe, and as a result, could fly back in Europe.
Executive Director Patrick Ky said his organization “left no stone unturned” in overhauling the aircraft and analyzing the manufacturer’s design changes. The aircraft has already been authorized to fly in Brazil and the United States. EASA plans to re-introduce the Jet to fly again over European skies by mid-January.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”