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European regulator says Boeing 737 Max is safe to fly again – Business Insider – Business Insider

American Airlines just announced plans to fly 737 Max planes between Miami and New York later this year, contingent on FAA approval.

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Boeing’s 737 Max, an update to the 737 first announced in 2011, has been grounded since March 2019. Two crashes, during which pilots struggled to control the plane, resulted in the death of a combined 346 people and led to questions about the plane’s design and features.
Since grounding the plane, Boeing has been working on a complete redesign of the plane’s flight software.
On Friday, Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, told Bloomberg that he’s satisfi…

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