Canada approves changes to Boeing 737 Max

Canadian transportation officials have approved amendments to US aviation orders ordering the introduction of the Boeing 737 Max to allow the model to be reused, which is the first step in allowing these aircraft to resume operations in Canada.
The Canadian Ministry of Transportation said in a statement this morning that the US Federal Aviation Administration had reviewed the design changes ordered last November and that the re-licensing of this type of aircraft in Canada was an important first step.
The Boeing 737 Max has been banned from operating worldwide since March 2019 following two crashes of this class, the first in Indonesia in October 2018 and the second in March 2019, killing 346 people in Ethiopia.
A Canadian plane crash has killed 157 people, including 18 Canadians, according to Bloomberg News.
He said the Department of Transportation in Canada said turning aircraft into service was a complex process and that the Department of Transportation should develop all comprehensive safety plans that would require additional changes in aircraft, maintenance operations and pilot training.
The decision to re-license the aircraft in Canada introduces changes to the design of the Boeing 737 Max at Boeing so that pilots can turn off the so-called “rocking stick” alarm system when it operates incorrectly, which can cause them distractions and push them to do extra work. Call in an emergency.
Last month, German officials said they had decided to allow the Boeing 737 Max to restart after airline officials in the United States and the European Union addressed concerns about safety and security factors on these flights.

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