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Boeing's 737 MAX Gets Approval to Fly Passengers Again

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The Federal Aviation Administration issued an order Wednesday that paved the way for the troubled Boeing 737 Max to carry passengers again, ending the jet's 20-month grounding. (www.cnn.com) More...

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sparkie624
sparkie624 5
About Time!
tbpera
Tom Pera 2
DC6, Constellations, DC10s all went thru extensive groundings... all did pretty well after
airuphere
airuphere 3
MH 370???... “crickets...”
ghstark
Greg S 2
What does this have to do with MH370?
pilotjag
pilotjag 3
He's talking about a user called MH370. Always posts negative squawks about Boeing but always has something positive to post for Airbus and others. He's already been posting about how other country's regulators won't unground the MAX even though the FAA is the first to do so. Which is kind of expected since the other regulators are not required or forced to follow FAA protocols to begin with
ghstark
Greg S 2
Oh, that asshole, I know who you mean.
ADXbear
ADXbear 1
Pray I need for many years of clean flights
pilotjag
pilotjag 1
Boeing Press Release...
https://boeing.mediaroom.com/2020-11-18-Boeing-Responds-to-FAA-Approval-to-Resume-737-MAX-Operations
linbb
linbb 1
About time they never did figure out for sure what happened to the A330 AB that had computer problems and almost crashed years back. So get over it people Boeing was not the only one to have them the people who owned them were.
airuphere
airuphere 6
Exactly the rollercoaster ride enroute to Australia. Was it interfering RF signals, code, faulty pitot tube and flight envelope. Point is - pilots saved that one. Glad she’s going to be back in the air soon.
SpaceRanger
Well, I won't be flying on one. I'll take a train, drive, bicycle, or walk before flying on a 737 MAX.

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