737 MAX Return Timeline Remains Uncertain

grounded aircraft
Boeing must modify wiring in more than 400 MAXs before delivering them to customers.
Credit: David Ryder/Getty Images
Boeing has begun modifying horizontal stabilizer control wiring on its stored Boeing 737 MAX fleet, but several key tasks required before the aircraft can return—including an important training program review by global regulators—remain in limbo, in part because of challenges introduced by the novel...

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