European Operators Seek Replacements For Banned MAXs

VIENNA/PARIS–European operators are replacing grounded Boeing 737 MAXs with other aircraft in their fleets, as well as looking to lease additional capacity following a ban on operating the type in the region. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) decided Mar. 12 to suspend all Boeing 737 MAX...

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