British Airways Boeing 737 Max NO Policy

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  • AMcWhirter

    American Airlines said June the 9th,

    that they will extend it’s B-737 Max schedule cancellation, through Sep 3

    But of course that date could be extended.


    At the recent IATA AGM, the issue of the 737 Max was discussed and the general opinion was that (as and when all issues were resolved), it was likely to be certified and cleared to fly again first of all by the FAA and the aircraft would then be operating domestic flights. This then I believe creates an issue for those European carriers who have a codeshare with their partners in the US who operate the 737 Max. Without EASA certification, EU carriers are not supposed to place their code on flights operated by 737 Max. As already indicated in earlier comments, the passengers are nervous about flying on this aircraft.

    It will be interesting if airlines adhere to this without the EASA certification.

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