Ethiopian Airlines Reintroduces B737 MAX Flights

Ethiopian Airlines Reintroduces B737 MAX Flights

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On the 1st of February, Ethiopian Airlines finished a guest flight on B737 MAX. It was the veryfirst time the airplane of this operator took to the skies consideringthat the B737 MAX grounding that lasted for 2 years. 

While air-borne, acting Chief Executive Officer Esayas Woldemariam informed pressreporters that business flights would resume after the presentation.

“We made sure whatever is in order, now we are doing…a demonstration flight so to speak. It is after this that we are availing it to business airtravel,” stated Esayas.

Ethiopian Airlines is amongst the last coupleof providers to resume MAX flights. China and Russia are the just nations left to license traveler flights on MAX jets.

Source: Reuters

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