After the FAA indicated that the Boeing 737 MAX recertification process would run into 2020, Boeing was left with little choice but to suspend production of the aircraft, starting from January. Suspending production will help Boeing to prioritise pushing out the stacked up deliveries once the aircraft is recertified and it will also help the manufacturer’s cashflow. Boeing confirmed the halt in production in an announcement yesterday with the note that it remains committed to a robust approval process for the MAX and the timeline for that is effectively out of its hands. “As we have previously said, the FAA and
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