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World The return of the 737 max makes good to the shipments of Boeing

00:05  14 april  2021
00:05  14 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The 737 MAX return to service remains the biggest question as Boeing continues to make “solid progress” and is “actively engaged with regulators around the world”. Nevertheless, the solid progress has encountered trouble, as the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) executive director Patrick Ky, while speaking at the European Parliament, has pointed to the fact that Boeing is yet to provide a working solution to some of the issues. In addition, EASA will test the 737 MAX software changes individually, rather than relying on the FAA.

The 737 Max was born roughly three months later. The competitive pressure to build the jet — which permeated the entire design and development — now threatens the reputation and profits of Boeing , after two deadly crashes of the 737 Max in less than five months. Just as Mr. Albaugh had predicted for Airbus, the decision created a cascade of changes. The bigger engines altered the aerodynamics of the plane, making it more likely to pitch up in some circumstances. To offset that possibility, Boeing added the new software in the Max , known as MCAS, which would automatically push the nose down

Le retour du 737 MAX fait du bien aux livraisons de Boeing © Bloomberg / Getty Images The return of the 737 max makes good to the deliveries of Boeing after nearly two years of setbacks, the American aircraftor Boeing sees his orders Increase in the first quarter 2021 thanks to the return of the 737 max.

It is the flagship plane of the American giant of aeronautics. The return to service of the 737 max supported the shipments of commercial aircraft of Boeing in the first quarter and again do orders in March, according to published data Tuesday, April 13 by the company.

The American manufacturer delivered 77 aircraft over the first three months of the year, including 58 max, which represents an improvement compared to the 50 devices delivered over the same period last year.

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Boeing ’s goal has been to return the 737 Max , a critical source of revenue, to commercial service in the third quarter. The Chicago-based company restarted manufacturing the single-aisle jet late last month, ending a five-month halt to work in its 737 factory in the Seattle suburb of Renton An international panel of pilots known as the Joint Operations Evaluation Board must also review changes to the plane. Latest: FAA Outlines Reforms Planned After Boeing 737 Max Missteps. If all goes as planned, the jet will return to a market far different from that of March 2019, when regulators halted

The Boeing 737 MAX passenger airliner made headlines after two nearly new planes crashed within five months. The fatal crashes, which occurred in Indonesia and Ethiopia, killed all 346 people on board. The incidents prompted a lengthy safety review and all the jets were grounded worldwide for 20 months, from March 2019 Several countries, including China, haven’t cleared the plane to fly yet. Boeing reportedly had to sustain damages exceeding billion as a result of the tragedies caused by its latest generation, single-aisle workhorse. For more stories on economy & finance visit RT's business section.

, however, it is barely half of the 149 aircraft for clients in the first quarter of 2019, before the 737 max is nailing on the ground for more than twenty months following two fatal accidents and the pandemic affects Air transport.

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The flagship product of the manufacturer was allowed at the end of 2020, beginning 2021 to return to the sky by most aviation authorities around the world, allowing Boeing to resume deliveries.

With 185 orders of Max, Boeing also recorded in March more commands (196) than cancellations (156) for the second month in a row.

Southwest has passed purchases for 100 aircraft, United Airlines for 25 additional aircraft and the investment company 777 Partners for 24 max.

But the device has been facing new setbacks since last week, Boeing asked 16 companies to no longer use some aircraft time to set a "potential electrical problem".

The aircraft manufacturer also resumed deliveries of the 787 "Dreamliner", suspended since November following the discovery of manufacturing defects last summer.

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