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Canadian officials email saying 737 MAX software must go reflects working-level view: Regulator
日期:2019-11-23 06:25 作者: 来源:亚洲新闻网 相似文章:0条
           MONTREAL/WASHINGTON:AnemailsentbyanofficialatTransportCanadaurgingBoeingtoremoveananti-stallsysteminvolvedintwo737MAXcrashesreflects"working-leveldiscussions"andwerenotreviewedbytheCanadianregulator,theagencysaidonFriday(Nov22).TheNewYorkTimesreportedthatanengineeringmanagerinaircraftintegrationandsafetyassessmentatTransportCanadaemailedinternationalregulatorsonTuesdaysaying:“TheonlywayIseemovingforwardatthispoint"isthatBoeingsMCASsystem"hastogo."AdvertisementAdvertisementTheemailwassenttotheFederalAviationAdministration(FAA),theEuropeanUnionAviationSafetyAgency(EASA)andBrazil’sNationalCivilAviationAgency,theNewYorkTimessaid.Apersonbriefedonthematterc_onfirm_edthecontentoftheemail,butReutershadnotviewedacopy.Theanti-stallMCASsystemhasbeentiedtoMAXcrashesinIndonesiaandEthiopiathattogetherkilled346people.TheMAXhasbeengroundedsinceMarch.“Theemailreflectsworking-leveldiscussionsbetweenhighlytrainedaircraftcertificationexpertsofkeyaviationauthoritieswhohavebeengivenwidelatitudeforassessingallissuesandlookingatallalternativesforthesafereturntoserviceoftheaircraft,"TransportCanadasaidinastatement.AdvertisementAdvertisement"TheviewsareattheworkinglevelandhavenotbeensubjecttosystematicreviewbyTransportCanada."TheFAAsaidinastatementthatitsinternationalpartnershave"engagedinrobustdiscussionsatvariousstagesinthisprocessaspartofthethoroughscrutinyofBoeing’swork.Thisemailisanexampleofthoseexchanges."BoeingisworkingtowinregulatoryapprovalsforproposedfixestoMCASandassociatedpilottrainingBoeingaspartofitseffortstowinapprovalforthe737Maxtoflyagain.Inastatement,BoeingsaidonFridayit"continuestoworkwiththeFAAandglobalregulatorstoprovidethemtheinformationtheyarerequestingtocertifytheMAXforsafereturntoservice.”