EASA’s Ky Defines MAX Return Time Line And Learnings
COLOGNE, GERMANY—EASA expects to provide its Boeing 737 MAX return-to-service approval in January and will not insist on a third physical sensor to improve integrity of the data input for the aircraft’s flight control computers, the agency’s top executive said.“If you have three, a failure of one...
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