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Boeing expects to deliver 737 Max to Malindo Air this month despite grounding

The technical issues are being addressed and the airline will seek reapproval by the US Federal Aviation Administration

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On Wednesday, Boeing announced that it had temporarily halted test flights of its new single-aisle aircraft after it was notified last week by engine maker CFM of a "potential manufacturing quality" issue with the low pressure turbine discs in the engines.

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PLANE-MAKER Boeing still expects to deliver the first Boeing 737 Max aircraft to launch customer Malindo Air in May even after it was forced to suspend test flights amid issues with the Leap 1B engine.

The US Federal Aviation Administration now has to reapprove the

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