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 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

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