Boeing’s 737 Max lift
BOeING expects its 737 Max jets will begin flying again in January, almost a year after the planes were grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes.
Boeing said it could start delivering the planes to customers as early as December. Airlines such as Ryanair and British Airwaysowner
IAG have orders. The planes have been grounded since March after an ethiopian Airlines plane crashed, killing all 157 on board. Five months earlier a Lion Air plane crashed off Indonesia, killing 181.
A software glitch made the nose of the jets face downwards soon after take-off.