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Exclusive: Europe regulator to clear Boeing 737 MAX in January at earliest

Reuters Monday, 21 October 2019
European regulators expect to clear Boeing's grounded 737 MAX to return to service in January at the earliest, following flight trials by European test pilots scheduled for mid-December, Europe's top aviation safety official told Reuters.
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