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MEXICOOn November 18, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) issued an airworthiness certification for the Boeing 737 MAX, allowing the aircraft to return to commercial operations.

Today, Mexica's flag carrier Aeroméxico has joined airlines that are resuming flights with the grounded jet after coordinated with Boeing and the Federal Civil Aviation Agency of Mexico (AFAC).

In adherence to the requirements established by the corresponding authorities and Boeing, Aeroméxico pilots also completed the necessary training to fly the aircraft, which had modifications, mainly in its flight control system.

Captain Pablo Aram Aznavurian Roure, Vice President of Flight Operations of Grupo Aeroméxico, commented: 

“As a pilot and manager of Aeroméxico Group, I am very proud to have once again operating one of the most efficient, modern, and safe aircraft in the world. Our pilots, technicians and all the airline personnel are ready to fly and we recognize the meticulous reviews that the AFAC has carried out to guarantee the safety and strict compliance with all requirements ”.

Aeroméxico will begin the operations on the Mexico City - Cancun route, and will gradually add other destinations such as Guadalajara, Monterrey, and Tijuana.

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