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Boeing’s 737 Max is likely to return to European service in the first-quarter, regulator saysBoeing’s grounded 737 Max airliner is likely to return to service in Europe during the first quarter of 2020, the head of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said on Monday. While the European regulator expects to give its approval in January, preparations by national authorities and airlines may delay the resumption of commercial flights by up to another two months, EASA executive director Patrick Ky indicated. (www.cnbc.com) More...
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The problem is Boeing selling to entities with poorly trained, automation dependent flight crews. That is not going to change and I predict another is going to augur in and that'll be the end of the Mad Max.
Now that the engines on the 737 max are even heavier than the previous NG and others will the wing root crack problem be worse in the max ?
Larger doesn't always mean heavier.
Why not go back to the stick shaker?
They basically will be doing just that. The "new" MCAS will make just a little effort to correct an impending stall. It'll be mostly up to the pilots again.
No matter who says what, the Boeing 737 Max should only be allowed to fly again when the Boeing aircraft Company resolves every single problem that made two new aircraft crash.