The head of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has said that it expects Boeing’s grounded 737 MAX jets to return to service in January at the earliest. EASA Executive Director Patrick Ky told Reuters: “As far as we know today, we have planned for our flight tests to take place in mid-December which means decisions on a return to service for January, on our side.” However, Ky declined to estimate when US regulators would make their own decision to lift the flight ban but says any gap between the agencies would be a matter of weeks rather than
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