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Europe outlines demands for allowing boeing's 737 to return to the skies

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Europe outlines demands for allowing boeing's 737 to return to the skies

Europe outlines demands for allowing boeing's 737 to return to the skies

According to a report by Business Insider, Europe has outlined its own demands that Boeing must meet before its grounded 737 MAX plane can return to the skies instead of relying on the findings of the United States&apos; examination of the plane.

The Financial Times originally reported that the European Aviation Safety Agency outlined three &quot;pre-requisite conditions&quot; that Boeing must meet before the plane is no longer grounded in Europe, even if the US Federal Aviation Administration approves fixes to the planes and clears it to fly again.

Business Insider reports that the 737 MAX has been internationally grounded after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed in March killing all 157 people on board less than five months after a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max plane crashed and killed all 189 on board in October.

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