NEW DELHI, Oct 30: India's civil aviation regulator has said that Boeing 737 Max aircraft with India-based airlines have not faced any technical issues.
The comments from a senior Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) official came after a Lion Air operated Boeing 737Max 8 aircraft with 188 passengers onboard crashed into the sea shortly after take-off from the Indonesia's capital Jakarta on Monday.
"Since six Boeing 737Max are operating with two Indian operators, i.e. Jet Airways and Spicejet, DGCA is in touch with M/s Boeing and FAA ((US aviation regulator) to know more details about the unfortunate accident," the official said. - IANS