More than two years after the global grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX, Indonesia will allow the aircraft to operate in the country.

According to a report from Reuters, Indonesia's Ministry of Transport is lifting the ban following the evaluation of the changes to the aircraft systems by regulators.

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