FAA test flights of the Boeing 737 MAX will begin today to determine whether the aircraft will be approved for a return to service in the United States. The test flight process is scheduled to be more rigorous than normal flights, as the eyes of the world are now squarely on the FAA. Additional flights for EASA and Transport Canada may be required, with scheduling to be dependent on border closings and pandemic precautions, although it is probable they will review the data from the FAA flight and tentatively approve the aircraft to return to service pending other modifications and later test flights in early 2021.
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