The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has announced it will finally follow the US and Canada and give the Boeing 737MAX permission to fly again by next week.
“We expect to publish the final Airworthiness Directive next week. This means the MAX will be cleared to fly again in Europe from our perspective by then”, said EASA’s Executive Director Patrick Ky on Tuesday in a virtual briefing from the authority’s headquarters in Cologne, Germany.
A team of 20 EASA experts had worked for two years to recertify the aircraft. “In order to fly again, there are a certain number of prerequisites to read more ⇒