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The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia has removed a ban on operating Boeing’s 737 MAX passenger jet that was in place for over 2 years, the CAAM said in a statement today. Previously, there had been a moratorium on using the aircraft since March 2019 following 2 fatal crashes. CAAM dropped the ban as it released a new safety directive usable for Malaysian and foreign air operators, today. The regulator says they had been closely following the approval process and comprehensive work performed, notably from Boeing and the US Federal Aviation Administration. They add they have accepted the extensive return […]

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6 minutes ago, Guest1 said:

Malaysia Airlines held onto their order of 25 jets.

Sorry, Malaysia Airline, so no more regional flying with you!

Perhaps they are recruiting Kamikaze pilots from Japan  now they are back flying them  again ? 

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No confidence in that aircraft, if i book a flight and the type of aircraft on any parts of the flights schedule is a Boeing’s 737 MAX, forget it  no thanks.

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