Reportedly, Singapore’s aviation regulator has approved the return of the Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX aircraft to service, after more than two years of grounding. Singapore has become the latest country in the Asia Pacific region to do so.
Singapore grounded the 737 MAX in March 2019 following two fatal crashes. The return comes months after the model returned to service in the United States and Europe. Singapore Airlines has six of the aircraft and is expected to take delivery of another eight in the next financial year ending March 31, 2022, the carrier informed. China is the biggest market in the region that has yet to approve the return of the 737 MAX, Boeing conducted test flights in the country, last month.
The approval is based on operators complying with airworthiness directives and additional flight crew training requirements, informed the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.
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