Last week, Boeing officials and China’s aviation regulator, Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), had a meeting to discuss the fate of MAX aircraft’s return to China and to analyse the training plans for the MAX fleet, CAAC said. The meeting took place a day before Boeing management announced that they were looking out for prospective buyers for the MAX aircraft manufactured for Chinese airlines. The MAX fleet has not flown in China since 2019 after two fatal crashes grounded the aircraft worldwide. According to Boeing’s Chief Executive Dave Calhoun, resuming deliveries in China is critical, but there is no expectation to
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