. home.aspx

NEWS

home.aspx
   


Russia's S7 opts to suspend 737 Max services

March 13, 2019 / DAVID KAMINSKI-MORROW

Russian carrier S7 Airlines has opted to suspend operation of its Boeing 737 Max jets, apparently without a specific instruction from the country’s civil aviation authority. The airline has two of the type, the only examples in Russia, operated by its Globus division.Federal air transport regulator Rosaviatsia issued a validated type certificate for the Max 8 on 17 September last year.Rosaviatsia’s official repository shows that certificates of airworthiness were granted to the two Globus 737 Max 8s – which are both on the Bermuda registry – on 11 and 25 October.