Mass media: representatives of 50 countries will discuss certification of Boeing 737 Max in USA
Meeting is appointed on September 23rd. During informal briefing participants of the meeting will be able to approve changes in airplane’s construction so the model of this series would be introduced into service again.
Federal Aviation Agency of USA invited representatives of the countries where Boeing 737 Max was operated to discuss problem of airplanes’ certification in informal mode. The meeting was appointed for September 23rd, Bloomberg agency informs.
Invitation was sent to JATR (Joint Authorities Technicak Review) that includes representatives of 50 countries. New Administrator of Federal Aviation Agency of USA Stephen Dickson will meet JATR group for the first time.
Federal Aviation Agency on Tuesday sent to regulatory authorities all over the world letter with request to hold “informal briefing” in Montreal on Monday.
Boeing at present moment is revising the model 373 Max in order to eliminate constructional disadvantages. Federal Aviation Agency and countries-participants of the meeting have to approve changes before airplanes of this series can fly again.
The invitation says: “Success of aviation fully depends on solidarity in commitment to the goal of safety control and mutual understanding in what is necessary to solve this task”.
Bloomberg informs that Boeing Company rescheduled fulfillment of certification flights to October, however it will not prevent USA in case of Federal Aviation Agency approval from resuming operation of 737 Max in the fourth quarter of 2019.