Boeing has announced a new problem with the 737 Max, which crashed twice

According to CNN, Boeing has advised 16 airlines with 737 Max aircraft in its fleet not to continue their flights without checking for potential problems. The company said it would have to check that part of the electrical system was at the required level and that it was cooperating with the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

The 737 Max passenger plane, owned by US aircraft maker Boeing, was grounded for 20 months from March 2019 to November 2020 after crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people.

While the FAA welcomes Boeing’s flawed security system, many other countries, including China, are reluctant to fly again.

He did not disclose the names of the airlines or how many planes were affected

However, the earthworks cost Boeing $ 20 billion. However, Boeing did not say which airlines and how many planes were affected by the problem.

On the other hand, many airlines that own Boeing 737 Max aircraft are ready to re-use them in the wake of the losses caused by the Covid-19 explosion. Because these planes provide fuel savings and have lower maintenance costs than other passenger aircraft in cases such as landfills.


Brazilian airline GOL Airlines became the first airline to offer passenger flights with the 737 Max earlier this month. Meanwhile, Mexico-based Aeromexico Airlines resumed flights between 737 Max and Mexico City and Cancun last week.

Surveys show that 57 percent of American passengers will not travel on a 737 max passenger plane.


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