Boeing 737 MAX could get EU clearance 'by year's end'

New York (AFP) – Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX airliner, grounded for 18 months after two deadly accidents, could receive certification to fly again in Europe “by the end of the year,” the EU’s air safety chief said Friday.The statement signaled a light at the end of the tunnel for Boeing after the lengthy grounding. The Federal Aviation Administration also sent positive signs Friday about the embattled plane, saying the agency’s chief planned a test flight next week, further boosting shares.The two crashes, by Lion Air in October 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines in March 2019, claimed 346 lives and ba…

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