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Europe gives Boeing 737 MAX draft approval

Christian Fernsby |
European regulators gave draft approval to Boeing’s 737 MAX on Tuesday.

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The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) outlined steps needed to put the grounded jets back into service, including updating software.

It also opened a 28 day comment period, which it said would lead to a formal ungrounding from mid January, once public and industry feedback has been

igested.


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