Air Canada Will Scrutinize MAX Changes, Training Requirements

Credit: Rob Finlayson
WASHINGTON—Air Canada plans to take a deliberate approach to returning its Boeing 737 MAX fleet to service, pledging its own safety assessment and perhaps simulator training for pilots even if regulators do not require it, the carrier’s top executive said. “Our final decision on returning the MAX to...

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