European Aviation grounded Boeing 737 Max, what was the reason?
Boeing 737 Max underground by the EU Aviation Safety Agency.
Baaghi TV: The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued an order to ground a Boeing 737 Max aircraft in Europe.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has monitored the Boeing 737 Max aircraft. The agency has issued an order on January 27, 2021, according to which the aircraft operators will have to install new software on the aircraft’s computers before using the aircraft for commercial purposes from Gargo, including a flight control computer (FCC) included.
Earlier, the Federal Aviation Administration had issued a Proposed Airworthiness Directive (PAD) by the European Authority in November 2020, shortly after the United States oversaw the Boeing 737 Max. The PAD had invited the public to comment on the directive. Consumers had expressed concerns over this and the authority has taken action.
According to Boeing Order and Delivery figures, the company has so far delivered 40 aircraft to operators affiliated with the European Union and the European Economic Authority (EEA). Another 540 Boeing 737 Max aircraft can be seen as an incomplete order by December 31, 2020.
EASA has partnered with the above-mentioned FAA, Transport Canada (TC) of Canada, National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC), and Federal Civil Aviation Agency of Mexico (AFAC). Added regulators to ground the Boeing 737. The plane was banned from operating commercial flights with passengers after another fatal crash of its kind in Ethiopia in March 2019.
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