Canada Eyes a New Course on the Boeing 737 MAX
Canada indicated it now "would also prefer to act in conjunction with the European Union."
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May 25, 2019 - by Ian Austen for nytimes.com
- Canada indicated it now "would also prefer to act in conjunction with the European Union."
Canada's aviation regulators joined their counterparts from around the world in Texas this week for a progress report on Boeing's repair of an anti-stall system in the 737 Max plane, a system that has been linked to two devastating crashes. For anyone hoping that the airplanes would soon return to service, the news wasn't encouraging.
As my colleagues Natalie Kitroeff and David Gelles reported, there is still no general agreement among regulators on how and when the software fixes, which have yet to be completed, will be approved. That could leave the planes on the ground for several more months...