A small aircraft crashed into a home in McKinney, Texas, on Thursday. Two people inside the plane were rushed to hospital. The McKinney Fire Department said no one on the ground was hurt. The plane careered into a house causing damage to the garden and the lower half of the building. Firefighters were filmed at the crash site. The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) said the plane is Piper PA 28. It had taken off from the nearby Aero Country Airport. mandatory credit: first response photography
Transport Canada is conducting its own review of design changes to the Boeing 737 Max aircraft to ensure that the "safety risks" identified in two fatal crashes are addressed before the jet is allowed to fly again in Canadian skies.
Mandating simulator training for pilots may still be on the table after a meeting of officials from 33 aviation regulatory bodies from around the world convened by the FAA to forge consensus on bringing the Boeing plane back into the air.
Two months after Boeing's popular 737 MAX aircraft was grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes, civil aviation authorities gathered Thursday in Texas to consider a burning question: When will the top-selling jet fly again?