European Union Aviation Safety Agency Completes Boeing 737 MAX Test Flights
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The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has completed its test flights of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft ahead of its possible recertification and return to service later this year.
The test flights took place over the course of three days this week in Vancouver, Canada, due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions, the European regulatory agency says on 11 September. EASA did not say how many flights took place during that time, or what scenarios were tested.
The Federal Aviation Administration completed its own flight tests of the type on 1 July, but there is still no indication of when the jet will be released to...
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