Boeing Revises Guidance for 737 Max Inspections Written 10 January 2024


A United Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9 lands at King County International Airport - Boeing Field after a test flight from Moses Lake, WA, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020. | Ted S. Warren; Associated Press–©

The New York Times reports, “Federal regulators on Tuesday said Boeing was revising its instructions for how airlines should inspect its 737 Max 9, delaying the manufacturer’s effort to get the jet back in the air after a panel in one of the planes blew out during a flight late last week.” The Federal Aviation Administration said the planemaker “would change the instructions it had released on Monday based on feedback, but the agency did not provide more details.” The FAA said, “Upon receiving the revised version of instructions from Boeing, the F.A.A. will conduct a thorough review. The safety of the flying public, not speed, will determine the timeline for returning the Boeing 737-9 Max to service.”
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