The General Directorate of Civil Aviation (SHGM) published an announcement for the Boeing 737 Max series aircraft that were pulled to the ground on 12 March 2019 due to fatal accidents. After the flight ban lifted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on November 18, 2020, the Max’s, which gradually began to meet the sky, can now be used by airlines in our country. DGCA, if the airline companies fulfill the Airworthiness Directive He stated that the Max series aircraft will be given a new flight permit.
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The statements of the DGCA about the Directive published are as follows:
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“The Airworthiness Directive (UED-2021/0001), which includes the processes that must be implemented before the Boeing B737-8 and B737-9 MAX aircraft are put into service, has been published. As it is known, after two fatal accidents on October 29, 2018 and March 10, 2019, the flights of Boeing B737-8 and B737-9 MAX planes were stopped on March 12, 2019 in our country as well as all over the world.
Subsequently, in order to put the relevant aircraft into service, Boeing, the owner of the aircraft design, and the US Aviation Administration (FAA) conducted studies with the aviation authorities of the country where our country is in service, regarding the necessary measures and actions to be taken.
In this context, as a result of the studies carried out, the Airworthiness Directive (UED-2021/0001) in the Annex was prepared by our General Directorate. In this context, the re-commissioning of Boeing B737-8 and B737-9 MAX type aircraft at the relevant operators of our country, provided that the aforementioned Airworthiness Directive (UED) is implemented, has been deemed appropriate by our General Directorate. Respectfully announced to the public.”
The Directive published by the SHGM consists of 15 articles.. The directive includes training of pilots, software updates, and operational and maintenance manual changes.