“The ET302 families are counting on EASA to be transparent. You promised us that EASA would not unground the 737 MAX until both crashes were understood, yet it now appears that the ungrounding is imminent even though EASA has not finished its analysis of the modified airplane. It would be impossible for EASA to conclude that the revised 737 MAX is safe before its own safety assessment is complete, especially since it is no longer possible to trust in the validity of the FAA’s ungrounding decision. It is also unacceptable for EASA to expect the public to take the agency at its word until EASA first addresses several remaining questions about the safety of the modified airplane.”Excerpt from the letter
As EASA announces it will unground the Boeing 737 MAX in january 2021, over one thousand family members and friends of the victims of flight ET302 join the association to officially send their comments to EASA (read EASA’s AD).
We refuse the ungrounding of the Boeing 737 MAX: it is still aerodynamically unstable and dangerous for the safety of passengers.