Iran refuses to deliver black boxes of UIA crash to Boeing

AeroTime Daily News | January 8, 2020
The Iranian authorities do not intend to give Boeing the flight recorders of the Ukrainian International flight PS752 that crashed in Tehran, killing 176 people.
Ukraine International Airlines plane crashed shortly after takeoff in Iran during the early morning hours of January 8, 2019. All 176 onboard the Boeing 737 were killed. 
After the Iranian military launched over 12 missiles on U.S. bases in Iraq during the night of January 7, 2019, several airlines decided to avoid the Iranian and Iraqi airspaces by modifying or suspending their flights.
Boeing announced that it is recommending additional simulator training for all 737 MAX pilots before the aircraft returns to service. While the manufacturer is taking the initiative, the final decision rests in the hands of the regulators, including the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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