Global Regulators Aren’t Aligned in Boeing 737 MAX Recertification
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November 19 ,2019 - by Matthew Miller and William Wilkes Bloomberg for skift.com
Global aviation regulators have yet to formulate a unified approach to getting the grounded Boeing Co. 737 MAX airliner back into service after two fatal crashes, a division that risks undermining public trust in the industry's safety record, according to Alexandre de Juniac, the head of the IATA association of global airlines.
"The point on which we have to pay attention is for the regulators to be aligned," de Juniac said in an interview with Bloomberg TV in Berlin. "Otherwise the certification process will be broken, will be fragmented, and we have built our safety record on the unanimity and reciprocity of the certification process."
The grounding of the popular Boeing single-aisle model in May occurred in a piecemeal fashion, with the Chinese regulator banning the plane first...
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