In its statement on Thursday, Boeing repeated its claim that its update for the 737 Max software has been completed.
Aviation regulators still have more questions about how pilots interact with the plane's controls under different circumstances, and Boeing says it is providing that information.
On Wednesday, the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure questioned Federal Aviation Administration chief Dan Elwell and National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt about the planes after airlines throughout the world grounded the 737 Max in the wake of two crashes that killed almost 350 people in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
In the United States, following regulatory approval of a Boeing software fix and new training, airlines will have to run through an FAA-approved checklist, industry officials say. Once that package is finalized, the FAA will schedule a flight test of the 737 Max's new software by its pilots, the agency said.
Speaking to reporters and analysts a day after SIA reported a 47.5 per cent drop in profits to $683 million for the year to end-March, Mr Goh said SIA will pay "close attention" to the developments of the 737 Max software update.
He said he was working with Boeing, regulators and other airlines to plan the return to service and discuss how to allay travelers' potential fear of flying on the Max.
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Boeing's announcement about the software update followed the grilling of FAA acting administrator Dan Elwell by the US House Transportation Committee on Wednesday. Boeing believes that computer-based training - the type that could be done on iPads - is sufficient for pilots who know how to fly older versions of the 737, and a panel of FAA pilot experts agrees.
SpiceJet has been most affected by the grounding of 737 Max aircraft as it has 12 of them in its fleet.
Other reports have indicated flight crews may not have been aware the systems were not operational by default or otherwise received insufficient training. "I am not happy with a 13-month gap between finding that anomaly and us finding out about it", Elwell said.
Chief Executive Officer Goh Choon Phong said Singapore Air is keeping its orderbook of 31 737 Max aircraft.
With Boeing nearly finished with its software fix, the next step will depend on the FAA.
"That's the reason that we had this crash". When both Boeing and the FAA refused to ground the aircraft, the world's airlines and aviation authorities took things into their own hands.
The abortion issue has gone largely unnoticed in the single-payer debate, but Warren's proposal will put it front and center now. According to official data released by Ireland, more than 3,000 Irish women were having abortions overseas each year.
The two forces have been exchanging threats as relations between the U.S. and the Islamic Republic continue to boil over. A Saudi-led coalition has been at war with the Houthis since 2015, and carries out near-daily airstrikes.
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Afonso Henriques over in Portugal , with Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk and Gini Wijnaldum likely to be in the opposing squad. Speaking at a press conference, the England manager said: "I think he finished the season really well".
Last month, a federal district judge ruled in favor of allowing the case to proceed to the evidence-gathering phase. Several foreign embassies have reportedly hosted functions there at a cost of several hundred thousand dollars.
Border Patrol, and that a total of 1,000 people per month would be brought to the two counties from the El Paso, Texas, area. But the reality of thousands of undocumented migrants arriving in Broward and Palm Beach counties has leaders scrambling.
Calls for performers to boycott the show over Israel's treatment of Palestinians have failed to yield tangible results. The Palestinian-led boycott movement against Israel had urged artists to skip Eurovision in Tel Aviv .
In fact, while waiting on the third tee box, Daly smoked a cigarette and refilled his large McDonald's cup with another Diet Coke. He said his knee was "the size of a grapefruit" after the round, and planned to ice it and hope it's feeling better Friday.
The identities and localities of the four victims has not yet been made clear, but the Foreign Office has confirmed the incident. All 300 passengers and crew survived, with 30 taken to hospital mostly with minor injuries or for precautionary check-ups.
NTSB: Tesla Autopilot was engaged before fatal Florida crash
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A pregnant woman was murdered, her baby cut from her body
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Grumpy Cat, whose scowl launched a million memes, dies age 7
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