FAA says it will be the sole issuer of new 737 MAX airworthiness certificates

Business News July 13, 2019 / 5:02 AM / Updated 13 hours ago Boeing 737 MAX to remain off United Airlines' schedule until November 3 Tracy Rucinski 3 Min Read (Reuters) - United Airlines Holdings said on Friday the Boeing 737 MAX would stay off its flight schedule until Nov. 3, a fresh extension leading to about 2,100 cancellations in September and 2,900 in October as the jets remain grounded worldwide. FILE PHOTO - Unpainted Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are seen parked in an aerial photo at Renton Municipal Airport near the Boeing Renton facility in Renton, Washington, U.S. July 1, 2019. Picture taken July 1, 2019. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Aviation Administration said on Tuesday it notified Boeing Co <BA.N> that the agency will be the only issuer of airworthiness certificates for all new 737 MAX planes, a role that it had shared with the aircraft maker in the past. The U.S. air regulator also repeated that it has not […]

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