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U.S. officially approves Boeing 737max to go around: return to the sky in 30 days

via:驱动之家     time:2020/11/18 20:42:35     readed:264

The Boeing 737 Max had just been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to resume flight 30 days after FAA first grounded by CAAC on March 10,2019.

It is reported that the FAA has just approved the request for the 737max to resume flight. After that, the,Airlines must complete software updates and new pilot training, and the process will take at least 30 days before the aircraft can return to the sky.

737Max is one of Boeing's most popular models,But in October 2018, Singapore Lion Airlines and Ethiopia Airlines each crashed one and 737 Max planes in 2013, killing 346 people twice.

Then on March 11, the day after the air crash,CAAC takes the lead in announcing the suspension of 737maxAfter requiring domestic carriers to suspend commercial operations of Boeing 737-8, other countries followed suit, and finally the United States had to stop flying 737max.

Not long ago, the U.S. side issued an investigation report on two air crashes, which were found to be related to a series of fatal errors made by Boeing and the FAA.

According to the report, the two air crashes were not caused by simple technical failure, technical error or improper management. First of all, Boeing knew that there were defects in the 737 max8 design and deliberately concealed information from airlines, pilots and regulators, and affected the management and review of regulatory agencies through commercial relations.

The FAA has also been reported to be critical of serious dereliction of duty, lack of approval and regulation of Boeing 737 Max 8, and gambled on the safety of the public in the critical period between the two air crashes.



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