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Boeing 737 MAX Judged Safe to Fly by Europe’s Aviation Regulator

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Europe’s top aviation regulator said he’s satisfied that changes to Boeing Co.’s 737 Max have made the plane safe enough to return to the region’s skies before 2020 is out, even as a further upgrade his agency demanded won’t be ready for up to two years. (www.bloomberg.com) More...

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Ricovandijk
I wonder what changed (their mind)?
jmadunleavy
John D -1
"safe enough"
pilot62
Scott Campbell -1
Safe enough ... for discount carriers ?
ghstark
Greg S 0
All aircraft are no more than "safe enough". Gravity is attacking 24x7 and is infinitely patient.
DACB
Kind of scary, when the airline using the 737 Max only shows Departure Times!!!

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