Reuters: FAA orders Boeing to fix some 737 MAX electric systems

Boeing is facing new issues with its 737 MAX, this time affecting 109 aircraft worldwide, including 71 in the United States. Boeing is now halting all deliveries of the type.

From Reuters:

“The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Wednesday ordered Boeing Company to fix bonding issues in the electrical systems of some of its 737 MAX planes that could lead to a loss of engine ice protection loss and critical functions on the flight deck.

The FAA said the issue affected 109 airplanes worldwide delivered to airlines, including 71 in the United States and warned the issue if not fixed “could affect the operation of certain systems, including engine ice protection, and result in loss of critical functions and/or multiple simultaneous flight deck effects, which may prevent continued safe flight and landing.”

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This entry was posted in Boeing and tagged Boeing, Boeing 737 MAX on April 29, 2021 by Bruce Drum.

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