One of the biggest takeaways from the global grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX is a need to review the certification process of aircraft, IATA believes. “This industry has been learning from a difficult situation,” IATA SVP safety and flight operations Gilberto Lopez Meyer said during a briefing at the IATA AGM in Seoul June 3. “The short-term plan is to put the aircraft into service safely, but in the medium- to long-term, there will be a full review of the certification ...

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