Boeing 737 MAX will once again be able to fly in Europe

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Boeing 737 MAX will once again be able to fly in Europe







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The Boeing 737 MAX, grounded since March 2019 after two fatal accidents, can once again fly safely, said Patrick Ky, head of EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) on Friday.

As a result, the Boeing 737 MAX would be cleared to fly in Europe again by the end of the year.

The 737 MAX has been banned from flight since March 13, 2019 after the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines aircraft that killed 157 people, just months after the crash of a Lion Air MAX in Indonesia, which cost the life to 189 people.

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