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Sources say Boeing is close to being allowed to resume delivery of 737 MAX aircraft to China.

2024-06-19 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >


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Thank you netizen Mr. Aviation for the clue delivery! Dec. 21, The Air Current reported that Boeing has obtained important permission from China's aviation regulator, bringing it one step closer to resuming delivery of 737 MAX aircraft to China after more than four years of freezing.

The media quoted unnamed sources as saying that the regulatory authority's permission had been approved on the same day. However, the report also said that the delivery of the 737 MAX aircraft still needs approval from China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).

"We will continue to support our customers in China and stand ready to deliver aircraft to customers when the time comes," Boeing said in a statement. "

Boeing's most profitable product, the 737 MAX, was grounded globally in 2019, while China has suspended imports of the model. Although the safety ban has now been lifted and aircraft delivered prior to grounding have resumed flights within China, new deliveries remain on hold.

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Boeing 737 Max has been banned by many countries around the world since two air crashes in 2018 and 2019 killed 346 people, and was not allowed to fly again by some countries until 2022.

▲ In September 2022, CAAC and Boeing organized a special meeting on 737 MAX aircraft operation review (i.e. AEG review) in Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province, and will issue the second revision of Boeing 737 Series Aircraft Review Report after Boeing solves its questions, representing CAAC to complete the whole process of resuming the introduction of 737 MAX new aircraft.

In October 2022, the Boeing 737 MAX, owned by Mongolian Airlines (MIAT), landed in Guangzhou, China, the first commercial flight of Boeing 737 MAX to return to China after nearly four years of ban.

In January 2023, China Southern Airlines flight CZ3960 took off from Guangzhou to Zhengzhou, marking the resumption of commercial passenger operation of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in China.

Boeing executives said at the end of 2022 that they planned to regain financial strength over the next three years after losing money after two 737 MAX crashes and other problems, and expected annual sales to rise to about $100 billion by 2025 or 2026 (currently about 674 billion yuan).

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