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Old 1st Dec 2019, 22:06
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Originally Posted by MechEngr View Post
That requirement should be per each country of registration Civil Aeronautics organization to determine as well as the carrier's insurance. I expect that any plane that Boeing is not allowed to modify to the FAA and EASA re-certification requirements will also not be allowed in most air spaces and the carrier will not be allowed any spare parts or other product support.
Yup. Given the messages we've been seeing from other CAAs, it's probably a pretty safe bet that those airplanes grounded outside the US will receive (at least) the same level of vigorous regulatory scrutiny as the ones stashed here.
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