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CAL’s 737-8 Planes Set to Return to Service

(Cayman Compass) Cayman Airways announced that the first commercial flight for its 737 MAX8 planes since the aircraft was reinstated following a lengthy grounding will be to Miami, Florida, on Friday, 19 Feb.

CAL president and CEO Fabian Whorms said people can rest assured the planes are safer than ever.

“The changes that have been implemented means it is impossible for a crash like the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines to occur again,” said Whorms at a press conference on 10 Feb.

The 737-8 aircraft were given the all-clear to return to service on 27 Jan. by the Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Authority after having been grounded for 23 months.

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