Boeing’s troubles with 737 MAX could continue, this time from Europe.
According to the BBC, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will conduct its own tests on the Boeing 737 MAX before it is permitted to fly in Europe. This represents a break from international protocol of aviation regulators accepting each other’s standards and findings.
Will the 737 MAX be allowed to fly in the United States (under the FAA’s clearance) and not in other places?
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