Muscat: The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Monday issued a notice about Boeing 737-9 Max aircraft occurrence.
In a statement CAA said: “The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) monitored an occurrence involving a foreign airline’s Boeing 9-737 Max aircraft during a flight in the U.S. Precautionary measures were taken by the CAA, including coordination with Boeing, confirming the incident’s association with this aircraft type, which is not used by Omani registered operators.”
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