News: Boeing faces new hurdle in 737 MAX electrical grounding issue -sources
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May 5, 2021 - by Eric JohnsonDavid ShepardsonTracy Rucinski for www.reuters.com
- Airlines pulled dozens of 737 MAX jets from service early last month after Boeing warned of a production-related electrical grounding problem
U.S. air safety officials have asked Boeing Co (BA.N)to supply fresh analysis and documentation showing numerous 737 MAX subsystems would not be affected by electrical grounding issues first flagged in three areas of the jet in April, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
The extra analysis injects new uncertainty over the timing of when Boeing's best-selling jetliner would be cleared to fly by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
The electrical problems have suspended…
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