Boeing Gets FAA Approval for 737 MAX Airplanes, Airlines Notified
Boeing has received approval from US regulators to fix of the electrical grounding issue that had affected 737 MAX airplanes, paving the way for a quick return to service after flights were halted.
"After gaining final approvals from the FAA, we have issued service bulletins for the affected fleet. We are also completing the work as we prepare to resume deliveries“, A Boeing representative said.
The announcement is good news for US air carriers that have been waiting to get the planes back into service before the late May start to the summer travel season, as air travel demand increases. The top three US 737 MAX operators - Southwest Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines removed more than 60 jets from service after the notice.
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