DGCA clears Boeing 737 Max for flight

  • On Thursday, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) lifted the ban on the flying of Boeing 737 Max aircraft.

  • Nearly two and a half years ago, DGCA banned the flying of aircraft due to technical reasons.

  • This decision will provide maximum relief to Spicejet as the company owns 13 planes of this variant.

  • Around 175 countries have allowed the 737 MAX to return to service following a safety ban, with 30 airlines already restarting their MAX aircraft services.

  • China is one of the countries that has not lifted the ban on the flying of Boeing 737 Max.


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