Emirates Airline president Tim Clark urged regulators to reach a consensus on the Boeing 737 MAX’s return to service to avoid confusing the traveling public with piecemeal approvals across different jurisdictions. The MAX was the subject of a progressive worldwide grounding in the wake of the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 in March, which came five months after the crash of Lion Air flight 610. Countries took their own initiatives with the grounding, with EASA ultimately ...

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