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The FAA is working on a new rule that could make it easier for airlines to add more airliners to their fleets.

The new rule, to take effect on Sept. 1, would allow airlines to choose from a wide variety of new aircraft designs, including:Boeing’s C-17 Globemaster III aircraftThe Boeing 737 MAX aircraftThe Airbus A330MAX aircraftThe DC-10 aircraftThe Cessna Citation XB The Airbus A350X The Airbus E-350The Boeing 787 DreamlinerThe Boeing 777XThe Boeing 747The Airbus E300The Airbus XWB The Airbus XC300The Boeing 720XL The Boeing 767The Boeing DreamlinerBoeard Air’s announcement of the new rule follows a request by the FAA for input on the proposed rule from airlines.

The rule will go into effect immediately, but the FAA will be reviewing it and may consider additional comments, according to a statement.

The agency also said the rule is intended to “protect the public and reduce unnecessary risk to our airports, airports, and other aviation infrastructure.”