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MAX – EASA List Of Required Changes Published

MAX – EASA List Of Required Changes Published

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) today published its proposal for the changes it needs to see, for the MAX to return to service. This proposal marks the beginning of a 28-day public consultation. At its successful conclusion, the way will be clear for the...
Delta Could Buy The 737 MAX, Says CEO

Delta Could Buy The 737 MAX, Says CEO

Delta is in talks with Boeing about buying the 737 MAX. The airline doesn’t have any MAX aircraft in its fleet at the moment. Last week the FAA ended the 20-month long grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX. The authority approved a series of changes in the aircraft itself...
EASA Likely To Unground MAX in January

EASA Likely To Unground MAX in January

The European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) will likely issue its own recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX, to clear the aircraft for service in January. This comes after the FAA cleared the aircraft on the 18th of November. EASA’s statement came from the...
Southwest Not In A Hurry To Get The MAX In Service

Southwest Not In A Hurry To Get The MAX In Service

Other airlines are keen to get their 737 MAX fleet up in the air, but Southwest seems more at ease. Odd, since they are the largest 737 operator in the world. But there is a crucial factor that may explain their approach. Even before the FAA ungrounded the MAX,...
Boeing Updates Estimate on Aircraft Demand In China

Boeing Updates Estimate on Aircraft Demand In China

On Thursday, Boeing raised its forecast for the number of commercial aircraft that China’s airlines will need in the next two decades. The move may have surprised some, but the company believes there are solid grounds for its estimate. Airlines in China have recovered...