Brazil’s Gol to be First Airline to Fly Passengers on 737 MAX Written 8 December 2020


GOL Boeing 737 | Credit: Rafael Luiz Canossa; Wikipedia; Public Domain

Reuters reports that Brazil’s Gol will start passenger flights on the Boeing 737 MAX on Wednesday. Bloomberg reports that the airline has “trained 140 of its pilots in the U.S., using simulator sessions and a new curriculum approved by the Federal Aviation Administration and ANAC, Brazil’s regulator, in the wake of two fatal Max crashes.” American Airlines is scheduled to be the first US airline to operate passenger flights on the jet when it begins flying between Miami and New York later this month.
Full Story (Bloomberg)