Max Certification Flight Could Be as Early as October

The Federal Aviation Administration is getting close to issuing a re-certification for the Boeing 737 MAX to get the plane in flying shape once again. Most airlines have canceled flights and grounded the Boeing 737 MAX through November to be on the safe side. Throughout, Boeing representatives have stated the plane should be up in running again in October. The Agency stated to Bloomberg News Service, “The FAA’s certification of the Boeing 737 Max is the subject of several independent reviews and investigations that will examine all aspects of the five-year effort… While the agency’s certification processes are well established and have consistently produced safe aircraft designs, we welcome the scrutiny from these experts and look forward to their findings.” Currently, there are more than 600 Boeing 737 Max’s that are grounded. The aircraft company has been testing changes to the software to prevent any other issues in the future.