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Boeing 737 Max to all set to resume flying in the mid-2020

Boeing 737 Max to all set to resume flying in the mid-2020
The Siliconreview
22 January, 2020

Boeing, one of the most trusted aircraft company stated that it would once again have to push back the 737 Max’s return to the skies. The aircraft makers have said that the troubled aircraft is all set to start the “ungrounding” process in the mid-2020. But this is not yet set in stone, and it takes at least a few months before the aircraft 737 Max is cleared to resume flights and also ensured there will be no more complications.

The aircraft is being modified again with a new flight-control computer that will effectively help the flight to takeoff earlier without any trajectory motion possibly.  Boeing also has a tentative fix for the safety system with a greater design that will prevent the plane from any sought of crashes and helps in the subsequent grounding of all 737 Max jets.

However, there are many hurdles getting it back into the air, which includes Boeing’s own software issue that has to be checked again. This is the primary reason Boeing has to extend the wait till the mid-2020s. The company’s decision has become more important in hindsight. But the firm is determined and is using all the required safety measures and new strategies and techniques in order to make the flight more resistant and better than ever before.