France’s DGAC civil aviation authority bans Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from French airspace

The Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGAC) (France) has issued this statement:

“French airline companies do not have Boeing 737 MAX in their fleets. Nevertheless, given the circumstances of the accident in Ethiopia, the French authorities took the decision, as a precautionary measure, to prohibit any commercial flight carried out on a Boeing 737 MAX to, from, or over French territory.”

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1 thought on “France’s DGAC civil aviation authority bans Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from French airspace

  1. Steven St.Laurent

    I guess that the FAA should ban all Airbus aircrafts when one crashes. Ineption is a problem with French government since WW I.

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