EASA, Boeing Agree On 777X Certification Criteria

Boeing 777X
Credit: Boeing
COLORADO SPRINGS and FRANKFURT—In what will be seen as a key breakthrough for Boeing’s delayed 777X development program, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the U.S. manufacturer have reached an understanding on common mode failure certification criteria for the large new twinjet...
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