China’s CAAC Satisfied With Boeing 737 Max Changes, Reuters Says
(Bloomberg) -- The Civil Aviation Administration of China has informed airlines that it is satisfied design changes Boeing Co. suggested for its 737 Max jet could address safety issues, Reuters reported, citing a notice from the regulator.
The authorities invited carriers to provide feedback by Nov. 26 on a proposed airworthiness directive for the 737 Max, which outlines specific procedures for pilots to perform in case of problems and lists all the systems that must be functioning before a flight can take place, Reuters said.
The agency did not respond immediately to a request for comment, according to the report. A Boeing spokesperson said the company continued to work with regulators globally to return the 737 Max to service, Reuters said.
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