An American Airlines Boeing 737 Max made a crisis arrival Friday evening at Newark Liberty International Airport after pilots saw a potential issue with a motor oil pressure marker.
A carrier representative said the plane from Miami landed securely and navigated to the entryway under its own force. She said there were no wounds among the 95 travelers and six group individuals.
The Boeing Max was grounded worldwide for almost two years after two crashes that slaughtered 346 individuals. Examiners have zeroed in on a flight-control framework, not the motors.
Government controllers affirmed changes Boeing made changes to the flight framework, and American continued flying its Max jets in late December. From that point forward, United and Alaska Airlines have put travelers on Max planes, and Southwest Airlines intends to continue trips with the planes one week from now.
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