load_file(“/includes-n/article_top.html”);load_file(“/includes-n/float_share.html”);WORLD / AMERICASUS regulatory agency finds new problem on troubled Boeing 737 MAX jetsBy AgenciesPublished: Jun 27, 2019 05:21 PMload_file(“/includes-n/article_share.html”);The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Wednesday a new problem has been discovered on Boeing 737 MAX jets that could delay its return to service following months of grounding globally.The federal aviation regulator said in a statement that Boeing “must mitigate” a potential risk found recently, adding the FAA “is following a thorough process, not a prescribed timeline, for returning the Boeing 737 Max to passenger service.””The FAA will lift the aircrafts prohibition order when we deem it is safe to do so,” said the US regulatory agency, which is noted as the response to recommendations from the Technical Advisory Board — an independent panel authorized to assess the possibility of restoring commercial operations of 737 MAX aircraft.The 737 MAX has been grounded across the world since March this year after two of its models crashed in two separate, deadly disasters in Indonesia and Ethiopia last October and this March, with a total of 346 killed.A flight control system called the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) on 737 MAX planes was in part blamed, because it acted under erroneous command from malfunctioning sensors that caused uncontrollable nose-diving of the aircraft.Boeing Company has been working desperately for the past several months on updating the MCAS software in hope of returning the 737 MAX to service as soon as possible.Regarding the newly-identified risk, Boeing Wednesday reaffirmed its compliance with the FAAs requirement to resolve any possible problems.”Boeing agrees with the FAAs decision and request, and is working on the required software,” said the US aircraft giant in a statement.load_file(“/includes-n/article_share.html”);RELATED ARTICLES Boeing wins massive 737 Max order, 3 months after global groundingBoeing said Tuesday it has signed a letter of intent with International Airlines Group (IAG) to sell 200 … Some Boeing 737 jets equipped with faulty parts: US aviation regulatorThe US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Sunday revealed a new problem involving the grounded Boeing 737 MAX … Boeing 737 MAX may not return to service until August: IATAThe International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects it could take until August before the Boeing Co 737 MAX …load_file(“/includes-n/article_most_view.html”);var wxs = (function() {return navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf(micromessenger) !== -1})();if (!wxs) {/* * * CONFIGURATION VARIABLES: EDIT BEFORE PASTING INTO YOUR WEBPAGE * * */var disqus_shortname = globaltimes; // required: replace example with your forum shortnamevar disqus_identifier = 1155945;/* * * DONT EDIT BELOW THIS LINE * * */(function () {var dsq = document.createElement(script); dsq.type = text/javascript; dsq.async = true;dsq.src = https:// + disqus_shortname +;(document.getElementsByTagName(head)[0] || document.getElementsByTagName(body)[0]).appendChild(dsq);})();}Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by comments powered by Disquswindow._taboola = window._taboola || [];_taboola.push({mode: thumbnails-a,container: taboola-below-article,placement: below article,target_type: mix});load_file(“/includes-n/footer.html”);load_file(“/includes-n/addthis.html”);

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