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Posted on 6th September 2019
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Instead, Easa will run their own tests on the aircraft before approving its return to commercial flights. In addition they will insist:
That is good news. Clearly, with all the revelations about the 737 Max, Boeing cannot be trusted to ensure safety, and neither can the FAA.