EASA to analyze Boeing software changes before MAX flies again in Europe

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The Boeing 737 MAX will not fly again in Europe until the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) completes an in-depth analysis of the software changes Boeing is developing for the aircraft, according to EASA executive director Patrick Ky.During a hearing before the European Parliament, organized by...

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