FLYDUBAI SAYS BOEING 737 MAX REMAINS INTEGRAL TO FUTURE STRATEGY

FLYDUBAI SAYS BOEING 737 MAX REMAINS INTEGRAL TO FUTURE STRATEGY

MIDDLE EASTERN CARRIER FLYDUBAI SAID ON THURSDAY THE BOEING 737 MAX, GROUNDED AF...

"Flydubai continues to work closely with its regulator and Boeing and we value our long-standing relationship with these partners.
That incident remains under investigation though a preliminary report suggested pilot error was to blame.
A different type of 737 operated by flydubai crashed in Russia in 2016, killing all 62 people on board.

DUBAI (Reuters) - Middle Eastern carrier flydubai said on Thursday the Boeing 737 MAX, grounded after two fatal crashes in five months, remained integral to its future strategy. State-owned flydubai is one of the biggest...

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