UAE: All flydubai 737 MAX jets to resume service by June 2021

SourceGulf Insider
SectorTourism
CountryUAE

UAE’s flydubai expects to have all of its 14 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft back in service by the first week of June 2021, the airline’s head of maintenance said on Tuesday.The airline has already cleared five jets to return to service after a two-year grounding.Twelve countries on flydubai’s network had not approved the jet, including Russia and India.Flydubai said that it would only operate flights to and over countries that had lifted the ban.Comments Read Next2 days agoUAE: Flydubai to resume 737 Max service, flight to PakistanMarch 1, 2021Saudi Arabia approves return of Boeing 737 MAXJanuary 6, 2021Residents outside UAE for over 6 months can now returnNovember 26, 2020UAE: First scheduled passenger flight to Israel takes offNovember 8, 2020UAE: First flight with Israeli tourists lands in DubaiJuly 7, 2020Fly Dubai Resumes Passenger FlightsJune 5, 2020Flydubai Announces Special Flights to Pakistan, IndiaMay 8, 2020UAE: Flydubai Opens Flight Booking to India and PakistanApril 7, 2020UAE: Flydubai Starts Ticket Booking to India, PakistanMarch 30, 2020UAE: flydubai to Reduce Staff Pay for 3 Months Due to COVID-19 ...read more...