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  • Boeing’s grounded 737 MAX airliner is likely to return to service in Europe during the first quarter of 2020, the head of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said on Monday. While the European regulator expects to give its approval in January, preparations by national authorities and airlines may delay the resumption of commercial flights by up to another two months, EASA executive director Patrick Ky indicated. “If there are training requirements (and) coordination to be done with the EU member states to make sure everyone does the same thing at the same time, this will take a bit of time,” Ky said. “That’s why I’m saying the first quarter of 2020.” EASA also plans to carry out its own program of checks including simulator and flight tests, before allowing flights to resume in Europe. European experts traveled to Rockwell Collins facilities in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, last week to begin an audit of a “reasonably final” software version, the EASA chief told Reuters on the sidelines of the agency’s annual safety conference in Helsinki. Rockwell Collins, a unit of United Technologies ( UTX.N ), developed the MAX flight control software with Boeing. “There has been a lot of work done on the design of the software,” Ky said. But he added: “We think there is still some work to be done.” source: Reuters
  • and Jet2CityBreaks has put its phenomenally successful New York trips on sale for Winter 20, with more trips from more UK airports, alongside the re-introduction of direct flights and trips from Birmingham Airport Following another year of exceptional demand with sell out New York trips, and Jet2CityBreaks are going even bigger for Winter 20 with 19 four-night trips (up from 16 in Winter 19) direct to the Big Apple from SIX UK bases (up from five in Winter 19) This expanded programme includes trips from Birmingham, East Midlands, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle Airports, giving holidaymakers more choice and flexibility when it comes to visiting the magical city. With trips perfectly timed for Christmas shopping, Thanksgiving and Black Friday there is an abundance of unique experiences awaiting customers from across the UK. In total, there are 6,000 departing seats on sale to New York, representing a capacity increase of 22%. The full New York programme for Winter 2020 is as follows: Thanksgiving in New York - Newcastle: 26th November Black Friday - Manchester: 27th November Christmas Shopping & Winter in New York Birmingham: 19th November, 6th December, 13th December Newcastle: 22nd November, 3rd December, 17th December Manchester: 27th November, 30th November, 4th December, 7th December, 11th December, 14th December, 18th December Leeds Bradford: 3rd December, 10th December, 17th December East Midlands: 10th December As well as award-winning flights with, there are package breaks for sale with Jet2CityBreaks across iconic 3-5 star hotels in central New York locations. Steve Heapy, CEO of and Jet2CityBreaks said: “Our New York trips have once again proved extremely popular with customers looking to enjoy a break to the Big Apple to celebrate Christmas, Thanksgiving and Black Friday. That is why we have added even more trips from more bases, all perfectly timed for our customers to enjoy a festive extravaganza. With customers clearly loving our New York breaks and even more choice and flexibility for Winter 20, there is no better time to book an unforgettable break to the magical city and enjoy a bite of the Big Apple!”
  • North American operators and now Air Canada has pulled the Boeing 737 MAX from its schedule until January and February 14, 2020 respectively. Air Canada cites the uncertainty surrounding regulatory approvals for the return to service of the plane as the reason. According to Air Canada, with 24 737 Max’s, this decision will provide some certainty and stability for the airline over the northern 2019/20 winter. Air Canada’s new 737 MAX time frame matches that of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association. Most North American airlines, including American Airlines, United Airlines , and Southwest Airlines are currently banking on a mid-January 2020 return to service. Tomi Kilgore, writing in , quotes Air Canada’s Chief Commercial Officer, Lucie Guillemette, saying; “We are taking this prudent step as a result of the ongoing regulatory uncertainty about the timing of the aircraft returning to service. The extension will give us scheduling predictability through the implementation of the first phase of our new reservation system and the required stability as we prepare the second phase of the system roll-out, introducing it into the airport environment.” source: simply flying
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