As per reports, Fiji Airways has secured approval from its national aviation regulator for the return of its Boeing Co (BA) 737 MAX aircraft after a two-year grounding following two deadly crashes. Its national regulator will allow flights to resume operations following additional crew training, including in the carrier’s 737 MAX flight simulator.
“We will continue to work with our regulators to bring the MAX aircraft into service, albeit for the limited number of freight and repatriation flights we currently operate,” stated Fiji Airways Chief Executive, Andre Viljeon.
Earlier, Australia and Japan approved the return of the 737 MAX and New Zealand on a case by case basis, but these countries do not have locally-based operators.
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