Boeing 737 Max can return to service in Europe, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency said Wednesday. The announcement came less than a month after the planes were approved to . They were grounded in 2019, following .
The conditions for 737 Max’s return to the air in Europe included software upgrades, electrical working rework, maintenance checks, operations manual updates and crew training.
“Let me be quite clear that this journey does not end here,” Patrick Ky, executive director of the EU agency, said in a statement. “Boeing has also committed to work to enhance the aircraft still further in the medium term, in order to reach an even higher level of safety.”