Boeing 737 Max's Flights Will Not Take Place in 2019


After the accidents in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people, 737 Max aircraft were stopped. The FAA's president said the plane could not fly until 2020.

Unfortunately, we couldn't give good information in the news that Boeing 737 Max type airplanes were mentioned in the previous periods. A new decision has been announced on aircraft causing many accidents due to a software problem. According to new information Boeing 737 Max flights and license chances, until 2020 seems to have disappeared.


– Boeing 737 Max 8 type aircraft "JT 610" for Lion Airlines in Indonesia, crashed into the sea on October 29, 2018, shortly after taking off from Jakarta to Pangkal Pinang on Sumatra Island and 189 people had died.

-Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 type aircraft crashed shortly after taking off from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, Kenya's capital on March 10, 2019, and 157 people had lost his life

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President of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Steve DicksonOn Wednesday, 737 Max, who had two fatal accidents in 5 months, will not be allowed to fly until the end of 2019, he said.

President Dickson said, “Until the FAA completes all technical inspections, I will not sign this aircraft to obtain a flight permit. I will even use it myself as an air force and commercial pilot after necessary inspections are made on this aircraft uçak statements.

Here's what Steve Dickson asked for 737 Max to return to the air:

  • 737 Max’s flight control software and test flight.
  • Assessment of pilot training needs by the FAA's Flight Standardization Board and the Joint Operational Evaluation Board, which consists of partners in Canada, Europe, and Brazil.
  • A report from FAA's Flight Standardization Board. The report will be available for public scrutiny, which will allow the airlines to propose changes.
  • The 737 Max flight control system will be inspected by the Technical Pilots Association by a team of test pilots, aeronautical engineers, and chief scientists from FAA, Nasa, the Air Force and the Volpe Center.
  • 737 Max design document will be reviewed by FAA.

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