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Boe­ing 737 MAX-9 air­liner has re­ceived an amended type cer­tifi­cate (ATC) from the US Fed­eral Avi­a­tion Ad­min­is­tra­tion (FAA), of­fi­cially cer­ti­fy­ing the air­plane for com­mer­cial service. The 737 MAX fam­ily is de­signed to of­fer cus­tomers ex­cep­tional per­for­mance, with lower per-seat costs and an ex­tended range that is open­ing up new des­ti­na­tions in the sin­gle-aisle mar­ket. The 737 MAX in­cor­po­rates the lat­est CFM In­ter­na­tional LEAP-1B en­gines, Ad­vanced Tech­nol­ogy Win­glets, Boe­ing Sky In­te­rior, large flight deck dis­plays and other fea­tures to de­liver the high­est ef­fi­ciency, re­li­a­bil­ity and pas­sen­ger com­fort in the sin­gle-aisle mar­ket. NEW ADS-B OUT CER­TI­FI­CA­TION BY ROCK­WELL COLLINS Rock­well Collins’ ADS-B Out Part 23 ap­proved model list sup­ple­men­tal type cer­tifi­cate (AML-STC) has re­ceived ap­proval by the Fed­eral Avi­a­tion Ad­min­is­tra­tion (FAA). This path in­cludes the lat­est transpon­der vari­ant to help air­craft own­ers meet the rapidly ap­proach­ing man­date. This cer­ti­fi­ca­tion cov­ers 32 unique air­craft models from Tex­tron Avi­a­tion and M7 Aerospace. Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion for Part 25 air­craft models is un­der­way and should be com­pleted in a few months. Val­i­da­tions for both cer­ti­fi­ca­tions are planned with the Eu­ro­pean Avi­a­tion Safety Agency (EASA), Trans­port Canada and Mex­ico’s Direc­torate Gen­eral of Civil Aero­nau­tics (DGCA).

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