Following EASA, India to certify 737 MAX individually

Daily Newsletter | September 13, 2019
Traffic at Heathrow is so far undisturbed, despite environmental activists planning to fly drones to halt operations at Europe’s busiest airport. The organization behind the protest accuses the airport of using jammers. Eleven people have been arrested so far.
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. 
The German airline group, which has recently hit the headlines for the comments made by its CEO Carsten Spohr – from harsh words directed towards low-cost carriers in Europe, to grim business predictions about the future of long-haul travel, has announced its traffic numbers for August 2019, including a detailed report about the recently re-positioned low-cost subsidiary, Eurowings.
It seems like the ending to the 737 MAX crisis will be as complex as the crisis itself. In the latest setback for Boeing, India is prepared to flight test and certify the grounded 737 themselves, rather than relying on FAA‘s judgment, according to a source close to the matter.
Embraer’s newest passenger aircraft, the E195-E2, is ready for service. The Brazilian manufacturer has made the first delivery to Irish leasing company AerCap and launch operator Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras (Azul Brazilian Airlines) on September 12, 2019. 
The United States House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has formally requested interviews with Boeing employees amidst the ongoing committee’s investigation on the Boeing 737 MAX. The request comes after the committee has already been provided with the company’s documents and the perspective of the senior management. 
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