EASA today published its proposed airworthiness directive to return the 737 MAX to service that is similar to the one published by the FAA. This means that the European and US versions of the airplane will have no technical differences.  It was initially expected that EASA might include Synthetic Airspeed in its requirements, a system that utilizes multiple instruments and readings to properly compute speed and angle of attack if a sensor fails, but the European regulator failed to move farther than the FAA, disappointing many observers.


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