Brazil is working to deliver the Boeing 737 MAX airplane again to service “by the top of the 12 months,” Civil Aviation Secretary Ronei Glanzmann mentioned on Sunday.
The MAX has been grounded for months after two lethal crashes, and U.S. airways don’t count on to see it return to service earlier than 2020, in keeping with their flight schedules.
Glanzmann’s assertion is the primary by Brazil’s authorities on the Boeing problem. Brazil’s civil aviation regulator has been working intently with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on getting the airplane again within the skies.
Brazil’s largest home airline, Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes (GOLL4.SA), is a serious MAX buyer, and has ordered over 100 of them.
Glanzmann made his remarks throughout an airline trade convention in Brasilia organized by ALTA, a gaggle that represents the pursuits of Latin American carriers.