LONDON – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has published a Recission of the Emergency Order of Prohibition for the Boeing 737 MAX, meaning it has been recertified to fly again.
This means the aircraft can now commercially operate again after being grounded for 18 months following the accidents of Lion Air (JT) Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 (ET).
The next steps now for airlines who own the aircraft is for the Aircraft Maintenance Manual tasks to be completed, which is the returning of aircraft from storage.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”