China grounded the Boeing 737 MAX in 2019 after two fatal crashes. Photo: AFP
China grounded the Boeing 737 MAX in 2019 after two fatal crashes. Photo: AFP

China unlikely to certify Boeing 737 MAX to fly again any time soon, analysts say

  • US-China relations are unlikely to improve in near future, which makes a speedy return to a vital market less likely
  • The jet was grounded in 2019 following two fatal crashes and the aviation regulator is likely to be cautious about allowing it to fly again

China grounded the Boeing 737 MAX in 2019 after two fatal crashes. Photo: AFP
China grounded the Boeing 737 MAX in 2019 after two fatal crashes. Photo: AFP
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