The Boeing 737 Max’s return to the air has reportedly been delayed by regulators looking into emergency procedures on older Boeing jets (BA)

Boeing 737 Max

  • The Boeing 737 Max’s return to commercial-airline service is reportedly being further delayed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
  • US government officials told The Wall Street Journal that the FAA is evaluating the emergency procedures for not only the Max but also the older generations of the 737, including the hot-selling Boeing 737 NG.
  • “While we are working with the FAA to review all procedures, the safety of the 737 NG is not in question, with its 20-plus years of service and 200 million flight hours,” a Boeing spokesman said in a statement.
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    Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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