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Money Boeing Surges Most Since June on Optimism Over 737 Max Timeline

00:00  12 november  2019
00:00  12 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The Boeing 737 MAX is a narrow-body aircraft series manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes as the fourth generation of the Boeing 737 , succeeding the Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG).

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(Bloomberg) -- Boeing Co. soared after providing more detail on how the 737 Max will return to the skies -- even as the company backed away from saying the grounded jet would win full regulatory approval next month.

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is on track to certify redesigned flight-control software by mid-December, Boeing spokesman Gordon Johndroe said Monday in an email. That could enable the planemaker to begin shipping new jets that have been stashed across the Pacific Northwest and Texas during a flying ban imposed in March after two crashes killed 346 people.

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But the Max won’t be cleared to resume commercial flights until regulators also sign off on updated training material for pilots -- a step Boeing expects in January. And the company acknowledged it will take time for airlines to ready stored jets for service and work them back into flight schedules.

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The Boeing 737 Max has been grounded worldwide following the second crash, in March, and there is no indication when it will be allowed to fly again. The Chicago-based manufacturer is addressing issues with the flight-control system that appears to have played a role in both the crash of Lion Air Flight 610

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The more detailed road map eased investor jitters over the prospects for the company’s main source of profit after months of damaging revelations. Boeing reversed losses after the comments on the timeline, rising 5.2% to $369.40 at 3:17 p.m. in New York after climbing as much as 5.3% for the biggest intraday advance in almost five months.

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Boeing still has much work to do, and its earlier pronouncements of the Max’s return proved to be overly optimistic. In particular, the company must still evaluate how pilots handle cockpit stresses. Investigators flagged that issue after crews in the fatal accidents struggled with the new flight-control software amid a cacophony of alarms.

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Southwest’s Caution

The largest Max customer, Southwest Airlines Co., sounded a more cautious note around the timing of when the plane will again carry passengers.

“I’m still not highly confident about a mid-December ungrounding date,” Southwest Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly said in a weekly message to employees before Boeing’s statement. “We obviously need to give the FAA the time that they need to do their job and support them every way we can.”

But Kelly also voiced confidence in Boeing’s progress toward winning regulatory approval for the revamped Max.

“As time goes by, the more confident I am that we’re on a path to getting that airplane back in the air,” Kelly said.

Southwest and American Airlines Group Inc. have said they intend to remove the Max from their flight schedules through early March, marking almost a year since the aircraft was grounded worldwide following the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane on March 10. A Lion Air jet slammed into the Java Sea off the coast of Indonesia in October 2018.

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SEATTLE — The fatal flaws with Boeing ’s 737 Max can be traced to a breakdown late in the plane’s development, when test pilots, engineers and A year before the plane was finished, Boeing made the system more aggressive and riskier. While the original version relied on data from at least two types

Max Hurdles

Last week, Boeing completed a key step toward gaining final clearance for the Max: sessions with the FAA in engineering simulators known as eCabs to ensure that the overall software systems perform as intended, both in normal conditions and amid failures.

The remaining milestones are:

A multiday simulator session with airline pilots to assess “human factors” and crew workloadFAA certification flight or flights to test the final version of the software in a Boeing Max loaded with monitoring equipmentFinal submission of relevant documents to support software certificationA multiday simulator session with pilots from global regulators to validate training under the oversight of the Joint Operational Evaluation Board, an international group of regulators.

Following that session, the FAA’s Flight Standardization Board will release a report for public comment, followed by final approval of the training.

--With assistance from Alan Levin.

To contact the reporters on this story: Julie Johnsson in Chicago at jjohnsson@bloomberg.net;Mary Schlangenstein in Dallas at maryc.s@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Brendan Case at bcase4@bloomberg.net, Tony Robinson

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