Boeing 737 MAX to Resume European Flights as SmartWings Plans Service Written 9 February 2021


Grounded 737 MAX aircraft | SounderBruce/Wikipedia

Bloomberg reports that the Boeing 737 MAX “will resume flights in Europe after a near two-year grounding following two fatal crashes, with Czech leisure airline SmartWings AS planning to bring back its seven-plane fleet.” SmartWings “will restart operations this month and aims to return all of the aircraft to service by the summer, it said in an email Tuesday.” The European Union Aviation Safety Agency cleared the aircraft to resume flights last month.
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