No Boeing 737 MAX Recertification In Europe Until 2021 - EASA
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November 24, 2020 - by ch-aviation.com
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is targeting January 2021 for the recertification of B737 MAX aircraft, the agency's head Patrick Ky told La Tribune during the Paris Air Forum.
"All these studies [from the United States] show us that the plane can return to service. It's likely that, in our case, we'll adopt the decisions that will allow us to put it back in service in the course of January," he said.
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