As per reports, Hong Kong has allowed airline operators to restart the use of Boeing Co’s (BA) 737 Max aircraft in the city’s airspace, informed its Civil Aviation Department (CAD) lifting its ban on the aircraft after nearly three years.
Airlines looking to fly the 737 Max in Hong Kong’s airspace and to the international airport are required to comply with the airworthiness directive from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration or a similarly stringent directive from the country where the plane was registered, informed Victor Liu, the director-general of CAD. Additionally, the airline must also carry a valid certificate of airworthiness that meets International Civil Aviation Organization standards.
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