FAA Denies 'Pilot Strength' Likely to Extend Boeing 737 Max Grounding - News Summed Up

FAA Denies 'Pilot Strength' Likely to Extend Boeing 737 Max Grounding


A spokesperson told CNBC website that pilot strength was an issue the agency was looking into, but not one that might delay the plane’s return to service. Internal debates regarding the issue, claimed the sources, could lead to a delay in getting the 737 Max jets back up in the air. © AP Photo / Ted S. Warren Boeing 737 MAX 8The third hearing in Congress since the 737 MAX grounding comes as Boeing continues its work with the US Federal Aviation Administration and other regulators in a desperate bid to re-certify the plane and get it back in the skies in 2019. An Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 plane crashed after takeoff, killing all 157 passengers and crew on board. That crash came just five months after the October 2018 crash of a Lion Air 737 Max 8, which killed all 189 people on board.


Source: Ethiopian News June 20, 2019 12:22 UTC



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