First Boeing 737 Max flies in Europe after grounding order lifted


The first Boeing 737 Max to fly in Europe since the grounding order was removed has departed.

Tui Fly Belgium flight TB1011 took off from Brussels airport shortly before 10am local time on a two hour 15 minute flight to Malaga.

The latest version of the world’s biggest-selling aircraft was grounded worldwide after two fatal crashes that cost 346 lives.

In October 2018, 189 people died when Lion Air flight 610 came down in the Java Sea shortly after take off from Jakarta.

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The following March, 157 passengers and crew lost their lives aboard Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 after it crashed in very similar circumstances soon after departing from Addis Ababa.

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