Boeing Works On 737-7 And 737-10 Approvals Amid Strict FAA Scrutiny

Southwest Airlines planned to have its first 737-7s in the first quarter, but the variant is not certified.
Credit: Joe Walker
Boeing’s progress on getting the last two members of the 737 family approved by the FAA remains elusive as the manufacturer labors to meet the agency’s revised certification-program expectations. Flight testing on the 737-7—the smallest version of the planned, four-member 737 MAX family—wrapped up...

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