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TLspotting wrote: 08 Oct 2020, 22:12 Boeing in talks with Alaska Air for a potential new order.
Boeing is in discussions to sell B737 MAX jets to Alaska Air Group once the plane returns to service following a lengthy grounding. The talks are part of a series of negotiations between Boeing and several airlines over jet orders or compensation after the B737 MAX was banned worldwide.

Ryanair has said it expects the B737 MAX plane to be allowed to fly again in the US in the next month or so. The carrier hopes to start taking delivery of the planes early in 2021.
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Lessor BOC Aviation (Singapore) cancelled two additional B737 MAX aircraft orders in September 2020.
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737 MAX declared "safe" by EASA.

https://www.aviation24.be/organisations ... fly-again/

I'll wait some time to be on board again (flew twice on it, even a few days after the first crash)...
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TLspotting wrote: 16 Oct 2020, 09:42 737 MAX declared "safe" by EASA.

I'll wait some time to be onboard again (flew twice on it, even a few days after the first crash)...
Little confidence in this sudden turnaround, no doubt caused by economic pressures ... we will have to find out from now on the type of aircraft that operates the service or choose the company accordingly!

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nordikcam wrote: 16 Oct 2020, 11:18
TLspotting wrote: 16 Oct 2020, 09:42 737 MAX declared "safe" by EASA.

I'll wait some time to be onboard again (flew twice on it, even a few days after the first crash)...
Little confidence in this sudden turnaround, no doubt caused by economic pressures ... we will have to find out from now on the type of aircraft that operates the service or choose the company accordingly!
The aicraft has been grounded for more then a year, with enormous amounts of work been done behind the scenes. Why you call this a "sudden turnaround" is beyond me and in bad faith.

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American Airlines plans to return Boeing 737 Max to service at year-end with a daily flight between Miami and New York from 29 December to 4 January, depending on certifictaion of the aircraft from the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA is expected to lift its grounding order at some point in November.

https://www.reuters.com/article/boeing- ... SKBN27307W
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FAA Administrator Steve Dickson tells IASS 2020 that he expects the 737 MAX recertification process "to be completed in the not-too-distant future. We are making excellent progress. We continue to narrow the issues & work milestone by milestone." There is no 'set schedule.'
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