Indonesia regulators might extend the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX until 2020 as it makes its own deliberations over the certification of the aircraft and pilots.    Indonesia civil aviation authority director general Polana Pramesti, told Bloomberg that there were “a lot of issues” to address it was uncertain whether the aircraft would be allowed to fly in Indonesia this year.    Pramesti said there would be more stringent certification and simulator ...

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