China, Indonesia, and Ethiopia were the first to stop all the flights with Boeing 737 Max 8, the model who first dödskraschade in Indonesia and then in Ethiopia.
Singapore, Ireland, Uk, France, Germany, Australia and Malaysia followed along with a number of airlines since the same example, and during the Tuesday evening was also the EU's aviation safety authority EASA decision to temporarily halt all flights with the model in Europe.
– To stop an entire fleet of a major manufacturer's model in this way has probably never happened before, " says flygsäkerhetsanalytikern His Kjäll.
the consequences for passengers, when airlines have to try to cover up the Max 8:the classic routes with other planes.
– It can probably be difficult to cope with. It'll be major traffic disruptions, cancellations, reservation changes and delays as a result, " says Hans Kjäll.
In Sweden, the four planes of the model in operation. Even if it is a small part of the total fleet learning zone also pose consequences for the Swedish passengers, he says.
the Swedish transport agency, which is the authority responsible in Sweden, that it will comply with the directive. Since both the Norwegian and the Tui, the company that flies with the model in Sweden, previously announced the same decision had it less importance, but His Kjäll still think one can question why the transport agency has not acted in the past.
– they say They have to wait for the facts, but it also is the fact that two aircraft of the same new model has broken down in a short time. I think the authority should be in the forefront, they would not lose the reputation of it, rather the opposite, " he says.
the Swedish transport agency: No reason to question the safety of olycksmodellen
In a press release from the Swedish transport agency says Gunnar Ljungberg head of the Lake and the air of authority:
– It may seem frustrating that a decision like this linger. But we have followed the procedures that are available for this international cooperation. And now, we act on the facts from the right instance.
of fatal accidents and the still ongoing aftermath is incalculable at the moment, says Hans Kjäll.
– There are lots of open questions, both political and economic. How will Boeing act? Will companies go bankrupt? Will people opt-out of aviation as a mode of transport?
the most Serious situation is of course for the manufacturer, Boeing, but it can also affect airlines, " he says. Many of these already have a strained economy, including Norwegian.
– Max 8 represents only a small part of their fleet, but it is clear that it affects. And this will in a jättetaskigt location for them, " says Hans Kjäll.
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