After many months and problems, Boeing was finally allowed to deliver 787 Dreamliner jets again, which are recertified.
The decision was announced Monday and comes after a supply hiatus of more than a year determined by the FAA, which discovered several flaws in the manufacturing process.
Defects were found in the jet’s fuselage, and many units had to return to the factory for repairs. And after the 737 MAX accidents, the FAA was at Boeing’s helm to ensure the highest standard in the production of the jets, and therefore ordered the suspension of supply, but not production itself, down to inspection and quality … be improved.
According to Portal, the first company to receive the jets again tomorrow (Wednesday) will be American Airlines. The last Dreamliner to be taken over by American was in April 2021.
Despite the suspension of more than a year, which was previously followed by one of five months, the impact of the nondelivery of the jets has not been as great as demand for international flights has remained unstable due to the coronavirus pandemic.