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The future of the Boeing 737 MAX will depend on the 90-day Test

The U.S. aviation authority FAA has announced an international Review of recent innovations in aircraft of the type Boeing 737 MAX. According to a FAA notice by the Friday ten different aviation authorities will be involved in the Test.

This is on 29. April start and 90 days. Boeing had made on Wednesday in a last test flight for the software update.

According to the FAA will be sending the aeronautical authorities of Australia, Brazil, China, the EU, Indonesia, Japan, Canada, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates representatives. Add to this the experts from the FAA and the US space Agency Nasa. Together, they are to check for three months, the new technology of the US company.

After two crashes of Boeing 737 MAX in less than five months within the is currently a world-wide flight ban for this model.

In March, had crashed a machine of the airline Ethiopian Airlines in Ethiopia. All 157 people on Board were killed. In October, the 737 MAX had crashed in front of the Indonesian island of Java, all 189 occupants were killed.

As the cause of both crashes, the stabilization system MCAS (Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System) is suspected, which has been specially developed for the Boeing 737 MAX. It pushes in the case of an impending flow, the nose of the aircraft demolition down automatically, even if the pilots are against taxes. (nag/sda)

Created: 20.04.2019, 21:39 PM

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