Boeing is operating 737 MAX flights using CFM International LEAP-1B engines unaffected by the issue that prompted a May 10 suspension of all MAX flying. “We have resumed some 737 MAX flight activities,” a Boeing spokesperson said. “Regulatory agencies support this action.” Malaysia’s Malindo Air and Norwegian are slated to receive the first deliveries of the 737 MAX 8 this month, and Boeing said those plans remain unchanged. “We plan to begin 737 MAX ...

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