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  • the U.

  • S aviation safety regulator is poised to approve Bone 77 Max passenger jet for a return to service.

  • The head of the Federal Aviation Administration, who took a test flight in September, told Reuters on Monday that they expected to complete the review in the coming day.

  • This is a major milestone from Boeing after its plunged into its worst ever crisis last year after two of its planes crashed in Ethiopia and Indonesia within a five month period, killing 346 people.

  • It led to the worldwide grounding of Bones bestselling plane in March 2019, which cost the company billions and hobbled its supply chain.

  • A Justice Department criminal investigation is still ongoing, three sources briefed on the matter told Reuters.

  • The U.

  • S safety watchdog was set to lift its grounding order on the plane as early as November the 18th, but Boeing declined to comment.

  • Other global regulators are also moving closer to allow the plane to fly once more.

  • The UN grounding would be a vital step in a still artist path to recovery for Boeing, which has forced this year to shed thousands of jobs and slash production due to the global health crisis.

  • Boeing has some 450 aircraft manufactured and waiting for delivery.

  • They're being stored in facilities across the U.

  • S.

  • As the company remains locked in negotiations with airlines.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/11
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