Boeing intends to resume test flights for Boeing 737 MAX aircraft certification
According to information in the press in the United States, Boeing intends to resume test flights for Boeing 737 MAX aircraft certification.
A first flight is planned at the end of June 2020. According to statements made by FAA officials, evaluation and re-model Boeing 737 MAX will not end early August.
Flight for Boeing 737 MAX aircraft certification
According to Bloomberg report, notified all operators of Boeing 737 MAX planes on the recertification process started, but did not provide more information about the first flight objectives.
The Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) has been improved. However, Boeing has modernized and innovated some systems of the new Boeing 737 MAX.
Please note that family Boeing 737 MAX planes was grounded after two tragic accidents: Lion Air JT610 in November 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines ET302 on March 10, 2019. From March 2019 until now, Boeing has worked with the relevant authorities in the certification process to remedy any identified problems to the family of aircraft 737 MAX.