European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Executive Director Patrick Ky’s recent testimony to European lawmakers provided the most specific insight yet into regulators’ views on Boeing’s proposed 737 MAX changes. It also underscored a commitment made in March that EASA’s own conclusions—not the FAA’s—will drive when the grounded model returns to Europe’s skies, signaling a shift in global aircraft certification protocol. There is ...

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