FAA lifts ban on Boeing 737 Max airplanes
With new flight control software and updated pilot procedures, the Federal Aviation Administration has cleared Boeing to let its 737 Max airplanes take off.
with new flight control software and updated pilot procedures. 7 37 max has been cleared to take off despite lingering questions about its safety. FAA Administrator Steve Dixon, who personally piloted and tested changes in the new 7 37 says The max is safe. I would put my own family on it. I plan to fly on it myself. And but the public will have. Toe will certainly have to make it zits decisions. But families of the 346 people killed in two Max crashes have already made up their minds. Sam Yes, Timo died in a Max crash last year. Her father says the plane is still dangerous. They cut corners in the original design, and they're cutting corners on the fixes. It's not a safe plane. They refused to do fixes that were pointed out and passengers to just simply avoid it and try to try to find another plane. It was Chris Moore who lost his daughter Danielle, when an Ethiopian Airlines 7 37 800 crash last year doesn't trust the updates made to the max. Yeah, I'm fearful. I mean, I will never, never fly a max while some travelers may be hesitant to get back on a max. American Airlines is eager to put the plane back in the year it restarts max flights in late December. Meanwhile, United and Southwest will resume flying the 737 max early next year. And for those passengers who are booked on a Max flight and would rather not take that plane, the airlines all say that they will work with the customers to rebook them on other flights. Filipo CNBC Business News Chicago