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Boeing 737max torna a volare dopo 20 mesi ma cambia nome

Lunedì 30 novembre 2020 | 18:20
2020 Nov 🔹 Boeing 737max torna a volare dopo 20 mesi ma cambia nome

🔹Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Usa ha revocato il più lungo divieto dei jet nella storia di Aviazione commerciale.

2020 NOV 19 🔹 Con effetto immediato, gli aeromobili del tipo Boeing 737max possono decollare di nuovo.

Il divieto di volo era in vigore da oltre 1 anno e mezzo.

Una delle condizioni per la fine del divieto: installazione di nuovi software di controllo.

Il jet della crisi BOEING era stato messo fuori servizio nel marzo 2019 dopo 2 incidenti con centinaia di morti.


🔹🔹 La Boeing non ha ancora adempiuto pienamente alla sua responsabilità di chiarire le cause dei 2 incidenti.


Governo Usa ha autorizzato la Boeing a riportare in volo il 737max - velivolo che, tra il 2018 e il 2019, coinvolto in 2 incidenti ha causato la morte di 346 persone.


🔹Faa Federal Aviation Usa, ha imposto alla Boeing nuove misure di sicurezza e norme molto severe su addestramento dei piloti.

Per evitare ulteriori problemi, il colosso aerospazialeBoeing - insieme a numerose compagnie aeree, sta pensando di eliminare il nome MAX dalla fusoliera: il nuovo nome del velivolo potrebbe essere boeing B737-8

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FAA Statement on Boeing 737 Max Return to Service

NOV 18 2020 🔹🔹🔹

➤ FAA Statement on Boeing 737 Max Return to Service

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson today signed an order (PDF) that paves the way for the Boeing 737 MAX to return to commercial service. Administrator Dickson’s action followed a comprehensive and methodical safety review process (PDF) that took 20 months to complete. During that time, FAA employees worked diligently to identify and address the safety issues that played a role in the tragic loss of 346 lives aboard Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302. Throughout our transparent process, we cooperated closely with our foreign counterparts on every aspect of the return to service. Additionally, Administrator Dickson personally took the recommended pilot training and piloted the Boeing 737 MAX, so he could experience the handling of the aircraft firsthand.

In addition to rescinding the order that grounded the aircraft, the FAA today published an Airworthiness Directive (PDF) specifying design changes that must be made before the aircraft returns to service, issued a Continued Airworthiness Notification to the International Community (CANIC) (PDF), and published the MAX training requirements. (PDF) These actions do not allow the MAX to return immediately to the skies. The FAA must approve 737 MAX pilot training program revisions for each U.S. airline operating the MAX and will retain its authority to issue airworthiness certificates and export certificates of airworthiness for all new 737 MAX aircraft manufactured since the FAA issued the grounding order. Furthermore, airlines that have parked their MAX aircraft must take required maintenance steps to prepare them to fly again.

The design and certification of this aircraft included an unprecedented level of collaborative and independent reviews by aviation authorities around the world. Those regulators have indicated that Boeing’s design changes, together with the changes to crew procedures and training enhancements, will give them the confidence to validate the aircraft as safe to fly in their respective countries and regions. Following the return to service, the FAA will continue to work closely with our foreign civil aviation partners to evaluate any potential additional enhancements for the aircraft. The agency also will conduct the same rigorous, continued operational safety oversight of the MAX that we provide for the entire U.S. commercial fleet.
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Alfio Pizzone

Read MORE LINKS

🔹 www.faa.gov/aircraft/air_cert


🔹FAA Updates on Boeing 737 MAX www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_5cpPGEj1Q&feature=youtu.be


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