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Europe sets strict conditions for return of 737 MaxND


Sylvia Pfeifer, Stefania Palma, Kiran Stacey & Patti Waldmeir, Financial Times, Thursday 23rd May 2019

The European Aviation Safety Agency has set out strict conditions before it will allow the troubled Boeing 737 Max aircraft back into the skies, according to a Financial Times report. EASA has told the US regulator, the Federal Aviation Authority, and Boeing it has three ‘pre-requisite conditions’, including demands that design changes for the plane are pre-approved by the European agency before it ends the plane’s grounding. The conditions set out by the EASA are a strong sign of growing tensions between global regulators following the Boeing 737 Max’s two high-profile and deadly crashes.

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