Boeing 737 MAX - Light at the end of the tunnel, hoping that it isn’t an oncoming train?
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November 25, 2019 - by Scott Hamilton for leehamnews.com
Boeing still doesn't have a timeline for recertification of the 737 MAX and the Federal Aviation Administration isn't going to be rushed, but aerospace analysts are increasingly looking beyond the grounding at a normalized Boeing.
It will be well into 2021 before Boeing clears the inventory of MAXes.
Nevertheless, analysts see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel, hoping that it isn't an oncoming train.
The orders and commitments at the Dubai Air Show for 60 MAXes are signals that the MAX crisis may be coming to an end.
The low-key roll-out last week of the 737-10 MAX—the largest and last of the long line of 737s—would have been a big event were it not for the crisis. No media was invited; only Boeing employees were present, understandable under the circumstances.
First delivery was originally planned for 2020. It's unclear what the impact of the MAX crisis will be on this timeline.
A recommendation by a manager of Transport Canada that MCAS should be removed before the MAX is returned to service,,,
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