SilkAir Flies 737 MAX Back To Singapore Under Strict Conditions

SilkAir 737 MAX 8
A SilkAir 737-8.
Credit: Boeing
SINGAPORE—SilkAir removed its first Boeing 737-8 from deep storage in Alice Springs, Australia and flew the aircraft back to Singapore on Dec. 30, 2020. The Singapore Airlines (SIA) subsidiary brought back the aircraft after the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) issued a Permit-to-Fly for...
Chen Chuanren

Chen Chuanren is the Southeast Asia and China Editor for the Aviation Week Network’s (AWN) Air Transport World (ATW) and the Asia-Pacific Defense Correspondent for AWN, joining the team in 2017.

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