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Boeing's 737 Max returns to flight as plane delivery looms

Potential engine flaw temporarily grounded the single-aisle aircraft
Monday, May 15, 2017 - 05:50

A Safran production line for the assembly of a Leap-1A aircraft engine co-developed with GE for Airbus in Villaroche, France. Boeing suspended test flights of its 737 Max jetliner due to turbine problems with the sister Leap-1B model.


BOEING Co resumed flights of its new 737 Max jetliners on a limited basis, setting the stage for the first commercial delivery after a potential engine flaw temporarily grounded the single-aisle aircraft.

Regulators cleared the planes to fly as long as they're powered by

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