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European pilots endorse EASA's AD on B-737 MAX aircraft

Return to service after nearly two year grounding - ATTACHMENT

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is clearing the B-737 MAX aircraft to fly after nearly 2-year grounding. The Airworthiness Directive issued today concludes a meaningful and thorough B-737 MAX Return To Service (RTS) process. While trust and confidence were severely undermined at the start of the recertification, the involvement of other parties –such as EASA and pilots– as well as the inc...

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