Boeing Begins Wiring Modifications On Stored MAXs

“We’ve begun work on modifying wiring and will continue to ensure the 737 MAX meets all safety and regulatory requirements before it returns to service,” Boeing said.
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Boeing has begun modifying stabilizer control wiring on its stored Boeing 737 MAX fleet—one of several tasks that must be completed before the aircraft can be handed over to customers. The work involves running new wire outside of an existing bundle to replicate functions performed by wire in the...
Sean Broderick

Senior Air Transport & Safety Editor Sean Broderick covers aviation safety, MRO, and the airline business from Aviation Week Network's Washington, D.C. office.

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