A Boeing 737 MAX making its way up the runway for a test flight near the company’s factory in Renton, Washington, on November 218. The FAA rescinded its order grounding the plane in March 2019 following two crashes, which killed 346. – EPA pic, December 17, 2020. THE United States Federal Aviation Administration might have approved the Boeing 737 MAX’s return to the skies but Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) is still concerned about safety issues and discussing with the plane maker on its suspended order of 25 jets.MAB told The Malaysian Insight that although the US FAA has rescinded the order that suspended 737 MAX operations, the grounding order of the aircraft still remains and its return-to-service is subject to the approval of global regulators where Malaysia Airlines operates, including the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM).
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