Boeing 737 MAX Grounding Could Stretch Into 2020
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July 15, 2019 - By Andy Pasztor, Alison Sider and Andrew Tangel for wsj.com
- Company executives, FAA engineers and regulators have expanded their safety analyses to cover a growing list of issues
Boeing Co. BA -1.02% 's 737 MAX planes are unlikely to be ready to carry passengers again until 2020 because of the time it will take to fix flight-control software and complete other steps, an increasing number of government and industry officials say, even as the company strives to get its jet back into service this year.
Boeing executives, FAA engineers and international aviation regulators have steadily expanded their safety analyses to cover a growing list of issues spanning everything from emergency recovery procedures to potentially suspect electronic components. Some of those assessments are further complicated because they also cover earlier 737 models...
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