European safety agency follows US and Brazil in saying it will allow aircraft to return

The Boeing 737 Max could return to European skies by summer once approval for the plane to fly again is granted in the EU next week.

It would mark a critical step in its return to service, after the 737 Max was grounded worldwide following crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia caused by a faulty sensor, which repeatedly triggered a system that pushed the nose down. A total of 346 people died in the two accidents.

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