EASA Sets Requirements for 737 MAX Return

Less than one week since the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration un-grounded the Boeing 737 MAX, their European counterparts are setting the stage for the troubled aircraft’s return. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency published a draft airworthiness directive, in which the regulator suggests changes to the MCAS system and a new training program. The European … Continue reading EASA Sets Requirements for 737 MAX Return