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EASA Insists On Testing Boeing 737 MAX Itself Before Lifting Ban

Soumis
 
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has said it will not take the FAA’s word that the 737 MAX is safe to return to service. (simpleflying.com) Plus d'info...

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rrtbj
Ron Fletcher 11
Guess if you are responsible for safety in your airspace you have the right to be 100% certain the aircraft is safe.
whip5209
Ken McIntyre 1
Fair enough, I agree.
andyc852
Correct decision IMO
Jackx9
Don Quixote -9
They sound like snobby assholes, in my opinion.
whip5209
Ken McIntyre 2
Pot, meet kettle.
btweston
btweston 4
You sound like you suffer from brain damage.
williambaker08
william baker 0
He was only dropped on his head a few times by his parents when he was young lol.
Jackx9
Don Quixote -2
You sound like you were dropped as a baby.
williambaker08
william baker -1
Did your mommy not give you enough attention when you were younger lol.
angelruki
a p -1
The snobbiest asshole said.
indy2001
indy2001 0
I suspect this is as much about politics and protecting local interests as it is about safety. The third demand -- "A full understanding: EASA wants to be sure that both crashes are fully understood" -- is beyond the FAA's control. Who knows when the final reports will be issued for the two crashes? And I would expect some tit-for-tat down the line, when the FAA elects not to accept similar decisions from EASA and similar organizations, demanding their own tests.
Jamesrgb
Rich James -1
They should do what they think is right. Personally I prefer to fly US or Asian Carriers where possible.
bribeth
Brian Neuman -1
Meh, I know MH370 is excessively anti Boeing by all his posts. But let them run their tests...it’s really not a huge deal.
andyc852
The level of trust in the FAA certification process has been degraded by this issue and no responsible certification agency worthy of the name is not going to make their own determination as to the safety of the aircraft. I suspect there will be a lot of cooperation and sharing of data but the other agencies will want to be sure the aircraft meets their standards whatever they may be.
bribeth
Brian Neuman 2
Like I said, let them run their tests...safety is safety.

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