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Boeing Jets Still Under Review in China as Question of Who Pays for Idled Planes Remains

2019年04月17日 17:18 来源于 财新网
After two deadly crashes, review of Boeing's proposed fix is dragging as bills pile up
The two crashes involving Boeing 737 Max jets killed nearly 350 people in total. Photo: IC

China’s civilian aviation regulator is still reviewing an application by embattled jet-maker Boeing Co. to declare its 737 Max jets airworthy, an official told a press briefing on Tuesday.

The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said it had received proposed design changes from Boeing earlier this month and had since responded to the company, and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), with questions.

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