on Thursday said it had received
for a fix to an electrical problem that has grounded over 100 737
planes globally since April.
“After gaining final approvals from the
Federal Aviation Administration
), we have issued service bulletins for the affected fleet,” a Boeing spokesman said. Boeing announced on April 9 that it had notified 16 airlines of the issue, leading to grounding of the planes.
FAA described the problem as “an electrical bonding and grounding issue”. It was a new setback after Max was cleared for service in November 2020 following a 20-month grounding caused by two crashes