NEW DELHI, INDIAIndian civil aviation regulator is set to allow Boeing 737 MAX jets to resume flights in the country within days, according to a person familiar with the matter, clearing one of the last remaining hurdles for the U.S. planemaker as it seeks to get its troubled aircraft flying again worldwide.

Boeing has met India’s own requirements, which included setting up a MAX simulator in the country, the person said, asking to remain anonymous because the matter is confidential.

A spokesperson for India’s aviation ministry said a decision on un-grounding the 737 MAX is awaited. A representative for Boeing said the company continues to work with global regulators to safely return the Max to service worldwide, adding that more than 170 out of 195 global regulators have opened their airspace for the aircraft.