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FAA opens Boeing safety review amid reports of pressure

US air safety regulators will open a review of operations at Boeing after feedback from inspectors assigned to provide oversight for the government showed many feel unable to share their concerns.

FAA restores Costa Rica’s top aviation safety rating

The Federal Aviation Administration has upgraded Costa Rican aviation to a Category 1 rating, meaning the country now complies with international standards for safety oversight.

US regulators clear Boeing 737 MAX to fly again: FAA

US regulators on Wednesday cleared the Boeing 737 MAX to return to the skies, ending its 20-month grounding after two fatal crashes that plunged the company into crisis.

Video shows final moments before Nature Air crash in Costa Rica

A surveillance video released this month by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) shows the final moments of a Dec. 31, 2017 Nature Air flight that crashed shortly after takeoff from Islita Airport, killing all 12 people on board. 

Volaris freezes growth in Costa Rica, citing high operating costs

Enrique Javier Beltranena Mejicano, the CEO of Volaris, says the low-cost airline plans to "freeze growth in Costa Rica" in the face of high operating costs in the country. 

Airport expansion leads to higher capacity, fewer delays at SJO

The Costa Rican government is investing up to $160 million through 2020 to improve Costa Rica’s airport infrastructure.

Authorities cite ‘helpful and effective’ meetings with FAA as Costa Rica seeks to restore status

DGAC did not provide a timeline for when Category 1 status could be restored. 

Costa Rica to begin work with FAA to recover Category 1 status

Costa Rica will meet with FAA representatives from June 10-12 in Washington, D.C.

Costa Rica working with FAA to restore Category 1 rating ‘as soon as possible’

Costa Rica-based airlines “will not be allowed to establish new service to the United States.”

Costa Rica bans 737 Max 8 from its airspace

According to DGAC, neither the 737 Max 8 or the 737 Max 9 are permitted to operate in Costa Rican airspace until further notice.

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