Boeing 737 MAX Receives First FAA Airworthiness Certificate Since March 2019 Written 2 December 2020


A United Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9 lands at King County International Airport - Boeing Field after a test flight from Moses Lake, WA, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020. | Ted S. Warren; Associated Press–©

Reuters reports that the Federal Aviation Administration “has issued its first airworthiness certificate for a Boeing 737 MAX built since March 2019, the agency said on Tuesday.” The FAA “is requiring a series of software changes and new pilot training requirements before planes can return to service.”
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