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  • Boeing won approval from U.

  • S regulators on Wednesday to put its 737 max back in the skies.

  • It comes after the jet was grounded last year following two fatal crashes.

  • 346 people were killed within five months in 2018 and 2019 when to Max planes crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

  • He led to scores of investigations and cost the company around $20 billion.

  • The subsequent 20 month grounding has been the longest in commercial aviation history.

  • The Federal Aviation Administration will now demand new pilot training and software upgrades to deal with a store prevention system called M CAS.

  • In both crashes, M CAS repeatedly shove down the jets noses.

  • Pilots struggled to regain control.

  • The F A A has also said it would no longer allow Boeing to sign off on the airworthiness of some 450 already built 737 maxes.

  • Instead, it plans on in person inspections that could take a year, or mawr to complete.

  • Since the planes grounding a number of probes of heavily criticized Boeing's development of the max, A report by the U.

  • S House of Representatives said it made faulty design and performance assumptions.

  • It also said Boeing concealed the very existence of them cats from 737 max pilots.

  • It accused the plane maker of withholding crucial information from the A, its customers and 737 max pilots.

  • With the return to service now confirmed, Boeing is taking no chances, sources said.

  • The company will run a 24 hour war room to keep track of all Max flights for issues that could impact the Jets return.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/20
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