Boeing’s 737 MAX to return to UAE skies

SourceGulf Insider
SectorTourism
CountryUAE

The Boeing’s 737 MAX is expected to return to UAE skies by next month as the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) will open its airspace for the aircraft after a near two-year ban.Saif Al Suwaidi, director-general of the General Authority of Civil Aviation, recently said that the authority will soon issue a final update to the safety decision for the return of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to service.Approval by the GCAA to resume 737 MAX operations is likely to be granted by March 2021.Comments Read Next4 weeks agoUAE: Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to start operations on todayNovember 25, 2020Etihad offers 50kg baggage allowance for flights to India, PakistanNovember 17, 2020Etihad Airways announces new route to IsraelNovember 11, 2020Etihad flags more cabin crew job cuts, grounds Airbus A380sNovember 8, 2020UAE: Etihad to become a ‘mid-size’ carrierOctober 23, 2020UAE: More than 1000 aircrafts fly in the airspace dailyApril 28, 2020UAE: Airlines Receive Over 670,000 Refund and Rebooking Requests ...read more...