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Federal Aviation Agency: Amendments to the Boeing 737 Max "acceptable"

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Post by rocky on Wed 17 Apr 2019, 2:25 am

[size=30]Federal Aviation Agency: Amendments to the Boeing 737 Max "acceptable"
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The Federal Aviation Agency (FIA), the governing body of the United States air traffic movement, has described some Boeing 737 Max modifications as "acceptable, including training pilots," a source familiar with the report said. Tuesday.

However, the aircraft manufacturer has not yet sent the agency all the required changes, including updating the system to enhance the maneuverability characteristics of experts responsible for two air disasters recently recorded in four months, killing 346 people in total and stopped the operation of these aircraft for more than a month, The source explained, asking not to be named.
The board of directors of the Federal Aviation Agency reviewed the first changes made by Boeing and considered it "acceptable."
The agency did not respond to AFP's request for a response. Boeing was also not immediately available.
The information comes at a time when US airlines canceled their flights over the summer for a part of the summer, leading to the belief that they do not expect the return of the aircraft before August at the earliest.
Boeing indicated at the end of March that it would provide better training to the pilots on the enhanced maneuvering system of the 737Max aircraft, noting that engine modifications had significantly changed the way it worked.
To obtain a certificate of command of the 737Max aircraft, pilots have to undergo at least 21 days of classes and training through flight simulators under the supervision of a trainer.
Tuesday was unable to determine the nature of the amendments made by Boeing to the Federal Aviation Agency.
Boeing Group CEO Dennis Molnberg confirmed last week that he had recently conducted 96 pilot flights on the modified version of the 737Max and that the pilots had participated in more than 159 hours of tests.


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