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737 MAX – India To Permit Commercial Overflights

737 MAX – India To Permit Commercial Overflights

The aviation authority of India (DGCA) announced yesterday that they will now permit Boeing 737 MAX aircraft overflights. However they stopped short of ungrounding the aircraft. We have seen moves from other authorities in Asia to unground the MAX. Asia is a big...
EASA Gives Boeing 737-8200 Seal Of Approval

EASA Gives Boeing 737-8200 Seal Of Approval

Less than a week after the FAA, EASA gave its approval to the Boeing 737-8200, a higher capacity version of the MAX-8 aircraft. We billed it as the first test between EASA and the FAA, after the ungrounding of the MAX. In the end, it was something of an anti-climax....
737 MAX – Vietnam Permits Transit of Commercial Flights

737 MAX – Vietnam Permits Transit of Commercial Flights

Vietnam’s aviation authority (CAAV) announced today that they will permit Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to transit in the country. However they stopped short of fully ungrounding the aircraft. There are no airlines in Vietnam that have 737 MAX aircraft at this time. In this...
Australia Ungrounded The Boeing 737 MAX

Australia Ungrounded The Boeing 737 MAX

On Friday, Australia joined the list of countries that ungrounded the Boeing 737 MAX. The move comes as Boeing awaits China’s stance. Graeme Crawford, acting chief of Australia’s Civil Aviation Authority, released a statement about the 737 MAX. He said the authority...
EASA – 737 MAX Can Return To European Skies

EASA – 737 MAX Can Return To European Skies

EASA today ruled that the 737 MAX can safely return to service in Europe. This applies to aircraft modified according to EASA’s requirements. EASA had published the changes it wants to see in the 737 MAX, back in November. These agreed with the FAA’s requirements, in...