Boeing submits initial plan for resolving 737 Max wiring concerns
After weeks of assessing concerns about the placement of wiring bundles in 737 Max airplanes, Boeing has submitted its initial recommendation to the FAA for how to resolve the issue.Boeing and the FAA declined to comment on the exact recommendation made for resolving the issue. Boeing says any modifications that may be needed for Max wiring bundles will not change the company's estimate for the plane being ungrounded and returning to service by the middle of the year. A Boeing 737 MAX 9 is pictured outside the factory in Renton, Washington. Stephen Brashear | Getty Images Boeing has submitted its initial recommendation to the FAA for how to resolve the issue. Sources say Boeing believes it does not need to modify the wiring bundles nor move their location within the plane. Technical staff with the FAA and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency have raised questions about the potential for the wiring bundles to short circuit. In a worst case scenario that could lead to a crash if pilots did not handle the situation correctly. Boeing and the FAA declined to comment on the exact recommendation made for resolving the issue. VIDEO Read more: CNBC
Hey and take out a row of seating so we can fit in without punching the back of seats in front of us, geniuses. Boeing should contract an American company that specializes in electrical to fix they’re problem 🇺🇸
Airbus aims for record plane deliveries as Boeing suffers with 737 Max - Business InsiderAirbus also plans to make more of its biggest competitor to the Max, but the way planes are ordered years in advance means its gains are limited.
Southwest prepares for another peak summer season without the Boeing 737 MaxSouthwest took the Boeing 737 Max out of its schedules through Aug. 10, as the recertification of the planes after two fatal crashes continues to delay its return to service.
Airbus plans to ramp up production as rival Boeing is embroiled in 737 Max crisisBoeing has been embroiled in a crisis since its best-selling 737 Max airliner was grounded last March, following two deadly crashes. All MAX 737 Should be destroyed!!!! THEY ARE MURDER PLAINS NO ONE SHOULD USE!!!!!!!
United Airlines pulls Boeing 737 MAX from schedule until September 4United Airlines Holdings Inc said on Friday it is extending the cancellation of ... Who would fly in a 737 Max. Seriously. They should of pulled this airplane off the list of passengers when the first plane went down. After that, it just got ugly. Sept 4 what year? 2030?
United pulls Boeing 737 Max from summer schedule until SeptemberThe decision does not come as a surprise considering the airline said last month that it did not expect to fly the grounded plane this summer. Kick it until the new year at least. Stupid people.
Southwest extends 737 MAX flight cancellations through early AugustSouthwest Airlines on Thursday extended its cancellation of 737 MAX flights thro... They are going to extend till infinity. Those planes are not going to fly.