US regulators clear Boeing 737 MAX to fly again: FAA
The carrier's workhorse got the green light from the Federal Aviation Administration but will not fly right away.
The plane was grounded after two crashes that killed a total of 346 people last year. The company has since worked to fix a problem with a safety system that was supposed to keep the plane from stalling as it ascends. Instead it caused the noses of 737 MAX planes to point down and led to those crashes.