Boeing 737 MAX wiring poses potential threat: report

AeroTime Daily News | January 6, 2020
With the Boeing 737 MAX groundings continuing for almost a full year now, regulators are scrutinizing and looking at every aspect of the jet, making sure the-once hailed “game changer” aircraft is as safe as possible. After an internal audit, requested by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in December 2019, a new, potentially deadly flaw was discovered with the MAX’s wiring systems that control the tail of the jet, reports The New York Times.
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