The skies are clearing for the Boeing 737 MAX in Europe. After the FAA, the US federal aviation agency, which on November 18 gave its agreement so that the device, grounded since March 2019, can fly again, Europe is preparing to do the same.
Asked about this during the Paris Air Forum organized by La Tribune, Patrick Ky, the executive director of the European Aviation Safety Agency (Aesa) said:
“We wanted to have a completely independent analysis of the safety of this aircraft, so we did our own analyzes, our own test flights to screen all the behavior of the aircraft. All these studies show us that the Boeing 737 MAX can indeed be put back into service because the aircraft is safe. It is likely that in the case of EASA, we will adopt the decisions that allow it to be put back into service during the month of January, that is the schedule. “
Revised certification rules for American aircraft
In addition, the European regulator intends to review its certification process for American aircraft.
“There are a lot of lessons to be learned from this tragedy, particularly on risk management in certification. We are not a primary certification authority since the Boeing 737 MAX is an American aircraft. The FAA has this role. But now we have decided that for everything that concerns critical systems in terms of security, we will systematically, and even if we are not the primary authority, independently review and analyze the behavior of critical systems ”, indicated Patrick Ky.
The Boeing 737 MAX has been immobilized for twenty months on the ground following two accidents which killed 346 in the space of five months. The American company estimates for the moment that the crisis of the 737 MAX cost him approximately 20 billion dollars: 11.3 billion because of the direct and indirect costs related to the production of the device and the suspension of its manufacture. for several months and 8.6 billion related to compensation offered to airlines.
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