FAA’s judgement not longer taken for granted?

Daily Newsletter | March 20, 2019
Three different authority agencies announced on March 19, 2019, they would each review the safety of the MCAS independently: the Federal Aviation Authority, the European Aviation Safety Agency and Transport Canada. The same day, Boeing and the FAA reshuffled some of their management team.
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After Lion Air flight JT610 downed in October 2018, it took searchers three days to find the first of two black boxes, and three more months to find the missing voice recorder. Now, media reports indicate that CVR data is about to be published, giving a glimpse into the human side of the tragic events and raising serious questions about pilots’ awareness of systems on 737 MAX planes.
Starlux Airlines has signed a firm order with Airbus on March 19, 2019, for 17 widebody aircraft, comprising 12 A350-1000s and five A350-900s.
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