Muqeem Ahmad, UK,
The European Union (EU) has declared Boeing 737 Max safe for passenger use and allowed it to fly twice. The EU air safety agency European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has allowed Boeing 737 Max to fly back to Europe. The plane had two crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, 22 months ago resultant it was banned worldwide.
The EASA has observed improvements in the aircraft’s cockpit software and better pilot training Boeing 737 Max has been declared safe for flight and its performance will be monitored in the future.
199 people in Indonesia, and 157 Ethiopian Airlines passengers lost their lives in an air crash in Indonesia. The United States lifted the Boeing 737 Max ban in November, after which Brazil and Canada allowed Boeing 737 Max jet to fly.
This post was originally published on VOSA.