Ryanair sees 737 MAX return in U.S. in 'next month or so'
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ryanair <RYA.I> expects Boeing's troubled 737 MAX aircraft to return to service in the US next month, paving the way for the Irish low-cost airline to receive aircraft in early 2021. said a senior executive on Friday.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Tuesday released a draft report on revised training procedures for the 737 MAX, a milestone in the aircraft's return to service.
"The first of these (orders) would hopefully arrive very early in 2021. The FAA ended its test flights last week and it looks like it will be back in service in the US next month. EASA, the European agency works very closely together, "said Eddie Wilson, chief executive officer of Ryanair, to Irish radio station Newstalk.
(Reporting by Padraic Halpin; Editing by Edmund Blair)
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