Boeing on Wednesday got approval from FAA for a fix of an electrical issue which grounded mare than 100 737 max aircrafts. FAA grounded several Boeing 737 max aircraft in late April after discovering the manufacturing flaw.
FAA approved the service bulletin issued by Boeing for solving the issue. Boeing, after getting approval, has sent Service Bulletin to various operator of 737 max whose fleet has been grounded.
The news is a relief for U.S. Operators that are waiting to get the plain in service ahead of summer season. The to 3 U.S operators of B737 max, Southwest Airline, American Airlines and United Airlines, had removed more than 60 aircrafts from service. American and United Airlines have started to repair their fleet of 18 and 17 aircraft respectively.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson told US law makers that the electrical issue would require a “pretty straight forward fix.” He said that he was fully confidant about the safety of Boeing 737 max aircraft.
The problem doesn’t link to the issue which grounded that Max aircraft for 20 months, from March 2019 to November 2020.
Also read :- Aviation king Boeing and India