EASA says stop to all Boeing 737 Max operations in Europe

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EASA stops the scandal of 55 B737 Max still full operational in Europa, from 12 EU companies of 10 Countries. Pilots were ready for a strike in Europe.

Following the tragic accident of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 involving a Boeing 737 MAX 8, and after suspending their B737 Max in several countries around the Word, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) decided to suspend their flights over Europe.

The accident investigation is in the hands of the Ethiopian Authorities, supported by the National Transportation Safety Board, as the aircraft was designed and built in the United States. EASA has offered their assistance in supporting the accident investigation. 

Boeing declared they want to make an upgrade of the plane software, a possible responsible of the two accidents.

The European agency on safety aviation has 35 member States and offered its support to the investigations. Here the link to the Agency.

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