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Boeing 737 Max8 when will the aircraft fly back in China? CAAC Response

via:驱动之家     time:2020/10/22 17:31:34     readed:103

Boeing 737 Max aircraft grounded, triggered a series of chain reactions. Except for the plane,Boeing's orders for production or delivery have also been cancelled, causing huge losses.

At present, Boeing is also actively applying to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for go around. China takes the lead in grounding Boeing 737 max8 aircraft in the world. When this aircraft can go around in China is of great reference significance to other countries.

Feng Zhenglin, director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said,There is no timetable for go around, but three principles need to be met.

Because our fleet of grounded aircraft is the most in the world.

Feng Zhenglin said that CAAC took the lead in grounding Boeing 737max8 in the world, which is based on the concept of zero tolerance of potential safety hazards and the professional mechanism requirements of highly responsible for the safety of air transportation, and is highly responsible for the safety of people's lives.

He said that CAAC has three principles for the go around Boeing 737max8.First, the aircraft design change must obtain AIRWORTHINESS APPROVAL; second, pilots must be fully and effectively trained; third, the investigation conclusion of two accidents must be clear, and the improvement measures are effective.

As long as we meet this requirement, we are happy to see it fly again. But not up to the requirements, or not in line with our three principles, we still have to continue strict airworthiness approval to ensure safety.

An Indonesian Lion Boeing 737 MAX crashed in Java in October 2018, killing 189 people. An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max8 plane crashed and killed 157 people on March 10,2019.

China took the lead in issuing a ban on flights on March 11, when the Civil Aviation Authority suspended commercial operations Max8 Boeing 737. Since then, Britain, Malaysia, Australia, Ethiopia, Singapore, South Korea and other countries have also issued no-fly orders.



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