Canada has issued final approval for the Boeing 737 Max to return to service, granting an airworthiness directive which will allowing the aircraft.
The aircraft resumed services on January 20.
WestJet is expected to be the first airline to resume flying the Max aircraft again.
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra said: “Over the last 20 months, Transport Canada’s civil aviation safety experts, by their rigor and thoroughness, have ensured the safety concerns the department had identified have been addressed.
“Canadians and the airline industry can rest assured that Transport Canada has diligently addressed all safety issues.”