(AOF) – The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the US government agency responsible for regulations and controls in civil aviation, has given the green light to the American Boeing to resume deliveries of 787 Dreamliners. Deliveries of this device had been suspended in May 2021 for quality issues. According to the New York Times, the inspection and repair plan for these defects submitted by the aircraft manufacturer in the spring received FAA approval on Friday July 29. The regulator will inspect aircraft before handing them over to Boeing customers.
The Dreamliner is a twin-aisle aircraft commonly used for long international flights and is an important part of Boeing’s offering. It appeals to airlines in part because it is more fuel efficient than most of its jumbo competitors.
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