Electrical grounding issues of Boeing 737 MAX

More than a hundred aircraft will not be able to resume flights until the electrical grounding problems found in the new Boeing 737 MAX are resolved. The disruptions arose after the aircraft manufacturer changed the aircraft assembly technology to speed up production.

 

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has asked for further analysis and documentation from Boeing related to electrical grounding problems on the 737 MAX. The FAA wants evidence that the jet's subsystems will not be affected by the problems identified in April, Reuters news agency reported.

 

The administration of hopes for further cooperation with FAA to address the grounding problem in the affected 737 MAX. FAA spokesman replied to questions about canceled flights : "We continue to work with Boeing."