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Ryanair hints it may decline 737 MAX deliveries

Despite months of endorsing Boeing and its embattled 737 MAX, Ryanair has signalled it may decline to accept the delivery of its first MAX jets, following lengthy delays in the process. The European budget carrier has been waiting nearly two years for its 737 MAX 8200s, a variant of the MAX 8 with extra seating

Boeing restarts 737 MAX deliveries following electrical flaw repairs

Boeing has officially resumed deliveries of its embattled 737 MAX after the FAA finally approved a fix for the multiple electrical issues located in a quarter of the MAX fleet. Boeing announced in April that it would once again halt deliveries on the 737 MAX, just five months after its near-two-year delivery hiatus during the

737 MAX electrical faults to be finally rectified

Boeing and the US Federal Aviation Administration have finally settled on a fix for ongoing electrical faults located in multiple areas of the embattled Boeing 737 MAX. The electrical faults resulted in nearly a quarter of all MAX jets being grounded around the globe, as the FAA continued to probe Boeing on the extent of

Boeing delivers 4 MAX jets in April before again suspending deliveries

US planemaker Boeing delivered 17 jets in April, before it announced it would once again suspend deliveries of its 737 MAX workhorse jet due to electrical grounding issues. Boeing successfully delivered four 737 MAX jets in April before the suspension took place, just five months after the planemaker was given the green light to resume

DAE announces new order for 15 Boeing 737 MAX jets

Boeing and Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) have announced the Middle Eastern aircraft lessor is growing its 737 MAX portfolio with an order for 15 737 MAX 8 jets. DAE had been investing in the 737 MAX by buying jets from existing customers and leasing them back to the carriers. The new order is DAE’s first

1 in 5 MAX jets affected by another electrical fault

Engineers have located additional manufacturing flaws in a significant number of 737 MAX jets following earlier inspections into possible electrical issues within the cockpit. Last week, World of Aviation reported that dozens of 737 MAX jets were grounded due to production problems resulting in possible electrical faults within the aircraft cockpit’s backup power control unit.


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