Boeing Could Cancel 737 MAX 10 Aircraft Unless Given Exemption From Safety Regulations

Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has suggested it could pull the latest model of its 737 MAX, currently in the process of getting its certification, unless it is made exempt from certain safety regulations which come into force in 2023.

Boeing’s 737 MAX series has been under higher scrutiny after two fatal crashes involving Boeing 737 MAX jets occurred in 2018 and 2019 respectively, killing everyone on board.

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