The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has halted production of more narrow-body Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, but has at the same time given permission for the 737 MAX 9 to fly again after a comprehensive inspection, according to reports. hvg.
According to Mike Whitaker, Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration the The investigation has given confidence to fly the Max 9 planes again, but production cannot be expanded until Boeing fixes quality control problems.
Boeing's CEO reassured the public last week of this
They try not to make more mistakes.
Boeing aircraft have witnessed several serious technical problems recently, the most serious of which is: At the beginning of the month, a plane door broke in the air. It has since become clear that there was a problem installing the doors. Later, the cockpit window of an All Nippon airliner was cracked. Another time later, a Delta Air Lines Boeing 757 was planning to take off from the runway in Atlanta, when the plane's nose wheel fell off and rolled, but the Pointer also recently wrote about the Boeing catching fire.