The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given its approval for Boeing to resume operations of its 737 Max 9 planes following a comprehensive safety review. This decision comes in the wake of an incident involving an in-flight blown door plug on an Alaska Airlines aircraft.
The FAA's decision, while allowing the return of the 737 Max 9 to service, is accompanied by a stern warning emphasizing that the circumstances leading to the door plug incident "must never happen again." The agency has outlined stringent safety measures and protocols that Boeing must adhere to, underscoring the paramount importance of. . .