by Johnathon Gustin
Boeing 737 Max planes are one step closer to flying again. The Federal Aviation Administration has released a new draft on changes made to training. The report by a FAA panel says the changes are “operationally suitable.”
They say Boeing can now start plans for training pilots on how the plane’s stabilization system works. The anti-stall system in the Boeing 737’s has been under scrutiny following two recent deadly incidents. All 737 Max planes have been grounded worldwide since the Ethiopian Airlines crash in March.
Boeing is expected to submit a software update for approval within the next few weeks according to the FAA.