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Transport Canada to reform certification after 737 MAX crash

Following the Boeing 737 MAX crisis, Transport Canada planned to intensify the supervision of the relationship between regulators and aircraft manufacturers....


Boeing 777 fuel tank cracks causing leaks prompt FAA directive

The Federal Aviation Administration proposed the adoption of a new airworthiness directive (AD) concerning the Boeing 777 family, after multiple reports of cracks in the fuel tanks leading to leaks....


House approves changes in FAA certification after 737 MAX crashes

After the Boeing 737 MAX debacle, United States lawmakers sought to step in. Their first step was completed, as the Aircraft Certification Reform and Accountability act bill passed the House of Representatives. The Senate and the President remain....


Boeing 737 MAX grounding in hindsight| Multimedia

The Federal Aviation Authority has allowed the Boeing 737 MAX to return to commercial service following 20 months grounding. Let’s take a look at how the crisis began and evolved....


BREAKING: FAA un-grounds the Boeing 737 MAX

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ungrounded the Boeing 737 MAX, allowing it to enter commercial service again....


FAA faces criticism on new training procedures for 737 MAX pilots

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) received public comments about the proposed new training procedures for pilots of the grounded Boeing 737 MAX....


FAA issues new training procedures for 737 MAX pilots

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released a draft report on revised training procedures for Boeing 737 MAX pilots, moving the grounded jet a step further in the recertification process. ...


FAA warns about Boeing 747 & 767 fuel tank ignition risk

The Federal Aviation Administration released two new airworthiness directives (AD) which require the airlines of the United States to modify their Boeing 747s and Boeing 767s fuel tank monitoring systems in order to prevent the risk of ignition within the tanks....


Emirates fined $400,000 by U.S. for violating FAA’s prohibitions

The U.S. Department of Transportation has fined Emirates $400,000 for operating flights under JetBlue Airways code in the airspace that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has prohibited the U.S. operators from flying....


FAA chief liked 737 MAX changes, but not enough to be certified

After completing a 737 MAX test flight, FAA’s administrator Steve Dickson said he “liked what he saw.” However, when asked if he would “put his family on the aircraft,” Dickson replied that the recertification process was not yet complete....