Boeing wins on Hopes Dreamliner, 737 Max issues could be late soon
By Dhirendra Tripathi
Investing.com – Boeing (NYSE 🙂 stock rose 3.7% on Monday, as comments from a senior aircraft maker over the weekend indicated that the problems its 787 Dreamliner and 737 plans would face. Max could soon be history.
Bloomberg quoted senior vice president of commercial sales and marketing, Ihssane Mounir, as saying the company was set to restart deliveries of the 787. The aircraft, known as the Dreamliner, is the largest widebody. more advanced from Boeing. Deliveries have been halted for most of this year so the company can remedy quality flaws to gain regulatory approval for its customers to fly them again.
Boeing is also in talks with Chinese regulators over recertifying the single-aisle 737 Max, Mounir said. He plans to restart Max transfers in the first quarter, chief executive Dave Calhoun said last month.
The Chinese Civil Aviation Administration has informed airlines it is satisfied that the design changes suggested by Boeing may resolve the safety concerns, Reuters reported on Sunday. Airlines are expected to provide comments on a proposed airworthiness directive by November 26, the news agency reported.
The narrow-body plane is a source of money for Boeing. The world’s second-largest economy kept them on the ground about a year after US regulators approved the company’s proposed theft computer fixes following two fatal crashes.