According to foreign media reports, Boeing announced that it plans to resume the supply of 737 Max aircraft to the market in December after obtaining the relevant permission of the Federal Aviation Administration.
The message said: "it may resume the supply of Max to airlines in December after obtaining the permission of the Federal Aviation Administration."
On March 27 local time, Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 max series aircraft were parked at Victorville airport, known as the 'aircraft cemetery'.
The airline pointed out that it plans to resume commercial flights of 737 Max in January 2020.
Previously, American Airlines, the second largest aviation operator in the United States, has postponed the flight of Boeing 737 Max aircraft to March 5, 2020.
In October 2018, a lion air plane crashed in Indonesia. In March 2019, another Ethiopian air plane of the same model crashed, killing a total of 346 people. Boeing is eliminating these shortcomings and updating its pilot training program. Original title: Boeing: after obtaining the license, or resume the supply of 737max aircraft in December