Critical Step In Boeing MAX Recertification Target: May
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March 30, 2020 - by Scott Hamilton for leehamnews.com
Physically, Boeing won't be able to tender all 200 of the stored airplanes and stay within the 12 month timeline. It's been widely publicized, by Wall Street analysts and others, that delivery of the stored airplanes at best will probably be a maximum of 25/mo after an initial lower rate.
Barring further issues, the FAA Type Inspection Authorization for the MAX is targeted for the second half of May, LNA learned.
This is a critical step in recertifying the airplane.
Also barring more unexpected events in a year filled with them, Boeing should resume production of the 737 MAX in May, LNA confirmed.
Major step toward recertification
The TIA "is used to authorize official conformity, airworthiness inspections, and flight tests necessary to...
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