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Trump congratulated Boeing for overcoming the crisis around the 737 max

The President of the United States trump congratulated Boeing for overcoming the crisis and the beginning of certification of aircraft 737 max.

“I want to congratulate Boeing, they've been through so much. One probably of the best companies in the world,” trump told reporters at the White house.

The FAA and Boeing concluded a three-day certification flights of the 737 MAX

The Federal office of civil aviation USA (FAA) and the Boeing company completed on Wednesday test flight of the 737 MAX, said in a statement on the regulator's website.

It is noted that now obtained during the flights, data will be collected and processed.

Norwegian Air has cancelled an order for 97 Boeing

Norwegian airline Norwegian Air has cancelled an order for 97 Boeing aircraft and require us corporations compensation for the suspension of the operation of the Boeing 737 MAX and the problem with the engine Boeing 787, told Reuters.

It is reported that Norwegian Air has decided to abandon 92 Boeing 737 MAX and another five Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and related agreements service GoldCare.

In the United States began test flights of the Boeing 737 MAX

The Federal office of civil aviation USA (FAA) and the Boeing company began Monday test flight of the 737 MAX, they will last for three days, the statement said controller, received by RIA Novosti.

"The FAA and Boeing are conducting a series of certification flights this week to assess Boeing proposed changes to the system of automatic control of flight for the 737 MAX. The aircraft took off from Boeing airfield in Seattle today at 9.55 Pacific time (19.55 GMT) for the first round of tests. As expected, the flight will last several hours. We expect that the certification flights will last about three days", - stated in the message.

Test flights of the Boeing 737 Max will commence on 29 June

Test flight tests of the Boeing 737 Max, required for certification of the liner, will begin on Monday, June 29, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing sources.

It is noted that the flights will hold Federal office of civil aviation USA (FAA) in conjunction with Boeing. The head of aviaregister Stephen Dixon has previously said that he personally will carry out the piloting of the model to ensure its security.

Canada will send experts to decode the flight recorders of Boeing Ukrainian

Safety administration transport Canada (TSB) will send to France a team of experts to assist with the decoding of flight recorders of the Boeing airline "Ukraine International airlines", crashed near Tehran in January.

"TSB will send a team of investigators to participate in the download (data) CVR (cockpit voice recorder) and FDR (flight data recorder)", - reported in Twitter TSB.