Boe­ing’s 737 Max lift

Scottish Daily Mail - - City & Finance -

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.

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