China satisfied with Boeing 737 MAX changes, seeks industry feedback – document

BEIJING (Reuters) -China’s aviation regulator has told airlines it is satisfied that design changes Boeing Co proposed for its 737 MAX plane could resolve safety problems, in a sign it is closer to lifting a more than two-year flight ban in Chinese skies. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) invited airlines to give feedback on a proposed airworthiness directive for the 737 MAX by Nov. 26, according to an undated notice seen by Reuters. A return to the skies in China, the world’s biggest aircraft market, would be a major boon to Boeing.


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