EASA to flight test 737 MAX individually; strips FAA delegation

Daily Newsletter | September 11, 2019
While Boeing prepares for the un-grounding of the MAX, the aviation agencies are also doing their homework ahead of the eventual green light for the 737 MAX to fly again. However, one of the agencies is going to approve the MAX themselves, rather than delegating the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) to do so.
For the first time, AIR Convention offers the opportunity to those who will not be attending the event in-person to send their questions for the speakers. 
A Convair 440 Metropolitan cargo plane crashed near Toledo-Express Airport, United States. While approaching its destination, the plane crashed on the premises of a truck company and caught fire, killing two people on board.
Boeing expects the “exploding door incident” to have no significant impact on the 777X design. The incident is unlikely to affect the overall test program schedule of the new wide-body jet, the plane maker said in a statement on September 10, 2019.
Enrique Cueto Plaza, the Chief Executive Officer of Chilean airline holding company LATAM Airlines group, is resigning after 25 years of service. Plaza will be replaced by the current Chief Commercial Officer Roberto Alvo Milosawlewitsch as of March 31, 2020. 
Following the crash of a helicopter that killed six people at the end of August in Norway, Airbus Helicopters issued an emergency alert service bulletin for an immediate visual inspection of recently delivered aircraft. This is the second safety bulletin issued by the helicopter manufacturer in a month.
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