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Inside Aviation: The MAX is back, so now what?

written by Robyn Tongol | November 23, 2020
A file image of American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 N314RH. (Nathan Coats/Commons Wikimedia)
A file image of American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 N314RH. (Nathan Coats/Commons Wikimedia)

It should have been the biggest story of the year. But after a 20-month flight ban – the longest in aviation history – the US Federal Aviation Administration has finally cleared the 737 MAX to fly again.

Now what?

In this week’s Inside Aviation, Phil and Adam discuss this and other stories breaking around the world. Will the industry be welcoming the MAX back now it’s got bigger problems to deal with?

Plus, the team also discuss how the COVID vaccine will open up borders and the industry. Will a jab answer our prayers, or be the start of a tricky route out of international lockdown?

Inside Aviation: The MAX is back, so now what? Comment

  • Trevor

    says:

    I think I’ll pass being on-board one of these!
    My life is a tad valuable to me!

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