In a report to the media, the European Union’s Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Executive-Director Patrick Ky has stated that the agency could lift its technical ban on the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft shortly after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), completes its work in November. EASA has performed its own test flights on the MAX in Canada, as part of the recertification process for the aircraft type. “For the first time in a year and a half I can say there’s an end in sight to work on the MAX,” Ky told reporters.

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