Director of Civil Aviation Administration: 737max go around without timetable should comply with three principles

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 Director of Civil Aviation Administration: 737max go around without timetable should comply with three principles


Feng Zhenglin, director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said that the problem of 737max-8 is also a matter of great concern to CAAC, because we have the largest number of grounded aircraft fleet in the world. Of course, we have maintained technical cooperation and contact with FAA, Boeing and the aviation regulatory authorities of the European Union on the 737-max8 go around problem. The president of Boeing has also talked to me about the problem of go around twice.

He said that it should be said that CAAC took the lead in grounding 737max-8 in the world, which was based on the concept of zero tolerance for potential safety hazards and the professionalism of being highly responsible for the safety of air transport, and was highly responsible for the safety of peoples lives. We have the same attitude on go around. First of all, we must ensure that the design changes of 737max-8 are safe and reliable.

He mentioned that when we exchanged views with FAA and Boeing, we clearly put forward three principles of CAACs go around: aircraft design changes must be approved for airworthiness; pilots must be fully and effectively trained; the investigation conclusions of the two accidents must be clear, and the improvement measures are effective. Feng Zhenglin said that based on these three principles, we have not set a timetable for the go around of the 737max-8. As long as this requirement is met, we are happy to see the go around, but if it fails to meet the requirements or does not comply with the three principles, then we still need to continue strict airworthiness certification to ensure safety. (this article is from surging news, please download surging news app for more original information) source of this article: surging news editor: Yang Bin_ NF4368

He mentioned that during the exchange of views with FAA and Boeing, we clearly put forward three principles for CAAC to go around:

Aircraft design changes must obtain AIRWORTHINESS APPROVAL;

Drivers must be fully and effectively trained;

The investigation conclusion of the two accidents must be clear and the improvement measures are effective.

Feng Zhenglin said that based on these three principles, we have not set a timetable for the go around of the 737max-8. As long as this requirement is met, we are happy to see the go around, but if it fails to meet the requirements or does not comply with the three principles, then we still need to continue strict airworthiness certification to ensure safety.

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