Deliveries of the Boeing 787 are likely to continue until the end of October 2021, as industry regulators rejected the company’s latest inspection proposal, which was not supported by Boeing employees representing the Federal Aviation Administration, according to reports. from the Wall Street Journal.
Boeing declined to comment on any time frame, but said it was continuing to work with the FAA to resume delivery of the 787s.
“We have engaged with the FAA on this issue in business meetings for hundreds of hours and we will continue to do so, “the company said in a note.
The reason for the failure of the software of the Boeing 787 was the discovery of further defects last July and the company has suspended deliveries since last May.
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