Boeing has suspended load testing for its 777X aircraft after a cargo door exploded outwards during a high-pressure ground stress test – marking another set back for the release date of the aircraft. This latest incident will force postponement of the first flight to 2020. Boeing has already delayed the 777-9’s planned entry into service once. The decision made back in August, followed GE Aviation finding what was reported to be “unexpected wear” in a part for its new engine, the GE9X. These delays, along with the substantial resources needed to get the 737 Max back into service, now means that Boeing
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