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Boeing

on Thursday said it had received

approval

from

US regulators

for a fix to an electrical problem that has grounded over 100 737

Max

planes globally since April.
“After gaining final approvals from the

Federal Aviation Administration

(

FAA

), 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

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