Boeing gets good news with 737MAX return to service approval
Last updated 11/25/2020 at 12:06pm
Finally, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cleared Boeing’s revamped 737MAX to return to service and Seattle Times aviation writer, Dominic Gates, reports its first flight is scheduled for Dec. 29.
The FAA, which had been critical of Boeing, expects other foreign aviation authorities to lift the grounding by early 2021.
That’s not only good news for Boeing, but its workers and suppliers, especially those in Washington. Our state has been the hub of the company’s airplane production since Bill Boeing launched his first seaplane on Lake Union in 1916. Today, Boeing has mammoth m...