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Ainda bem que foi só na turbina... Pior seria se fosse no motor inteiro! 

Boeing targets 2021 for B737-7 deliveries, 2023 for the -10

05.02.2021 - 18:34 UTC

Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) is hoping to complete the certification of its smallest B737 MAX Family variant, the B737-7, and commence deliveries of the aircraft this year. However, the largest variant, the B737-10, will not deliver before 2023, two years behind the original schedule.

"This schedule reflects several factors, including an updated assessment of global certification requirements informed by continued discussions with regulators and resulting in a management decision to make modifications to the aircraft’s design," the manufacturer said in its annual report.

Having completed the recertification of the B737-8 and B737-9 - the two MAX variants that were in service before type's grounding in March 2019 - Boeing has now turned to certifying variants which have yet to secure regulatory approval.

The B737-7 was announced in 2011 and flew for the first time in March 2018. As such, it was close to certification when the family was grounded globally. The ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows that Boeing currently has 79 firm orders for the type (including four B737-7(BBJ)s) with Southwest Airlines (WN, Dallas Love Field) as the largest customer with 30 aircraft due.

In turn, the -10 was announced in 2017 in response to Airbus's success with the A321-200N and was originally due to start delivering in 2021. Boeing has firm orders for 467 B737-10s, including 128 from United Airlines (UA, Chicago O'Hare) and 106 from VietJetAir (VJ, Hanoi).

The third, as-yet-uncertificated, variant of the B737 MAX is the B737-8-200, a modified high-density B737-8 aimed at the low-cost segment. It is in the final stages of certification and due for initial delivery to Ryanair Holdings later this quarter.

https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/100279-boeing-targets-2021-for-b737-7-deliveries-2023-for-the-10

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https://www.routesonline.com/news/29/breaking-news/295176/smartwings-plans-first-737-max-route-in-europe-since-recertification/

Czech carrier Smartwings is set to become the first airline to operate the Boeing 737 MAX on a scheduled route in Europe since the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) gave its approval for the aircraft’s return to service. 

According to Routes’ analysis of OAG Schedules Analyser and the airline’s booking system, Smartwings plans to fly the MAX on Feb. 25, operating between Prague (PRG) and Palma de Mallorca (PMI).

Smartwings, which has seven MAX 8s in its fleet, has also filed plans to operate the same route with the jet on Feb. 28.

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Australia lifts suspension on Boeing 737 MAX aircraft
Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) lifted (26-Feb-2021) its temporary suspension on Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from operating in Australia. While no Australian airlines currently operate the 737 MAX, two foreign airlines operated the aircraft type to Australia before the coronavirus pandemic.

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Acho que daqui há alguns (muitos ) anos será sempre lembrado como uma hagada da Boeing este episódio MAX.
Mas como tudo segue o fluxo será só uma mancha na história da empresa; as vidas que se foram, tristemente, farão parte da estatística de projetos aeronáuticos que deram problema. 
Exemplos disto não faltam.

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Exclusive: Boeing nears 737 MAX order from Southwest worth billions - sources

By Eric M. Johnson

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-boeing-737max-exclusive-idUSKBN2B22OQ?taid=60493ccbb7d77200018e335b&utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter

 

 

Capaz de agora a G3 encomendar ou trocar alguns 7M8 por M7.

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U.S. FAA approves design of 737 MAX 8200 variant

By David Shepardson

MARCH 31, 2021

 

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Wednesday it had approved the design for the Boeing 737-8200, part of the Boeing 737 MAX series, a necessary step before the U.S. planemaker can begin delivering the airplanes to Ryanair.

The FAA said the 737-8200 incorporates all of the design improvements that were part the 20-month review of the 737 MAX that led to the ungrounding of the MAX in November, more than a year after two fatal crashes killed 346 people.

Ryanair first ordered the 737-8200 plane, which seats 197 passengers, in 2014. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency still must approve the aircraft, a move that could come soon after the FAA approval.

Boeing said Wednesday it would “continue to work with global regulators to safely return the 737-8 and -9 to service. Our teams are also focused on ensuring future members of the 737 family meet all regulatory requirements.”

In December, Ryanair - Europe’s largest airline - said it was is placing a firm order for 75 additional 737 MAX 8200 planes, a higher-passenger capacity version of the 737-8 MAX.

Ryanair Group Chief Executive Michael O’Leary said last week the airline expected to receive eight of the MAX aircraft in April, another eight in May and none in June.

Ryanair is the launch customer for the 737-8 variant after the carrier placed its first order for 100 airplanes and 100 options in late 2014, followed by firm orders of 10 airplanes in 2017 and 25 in 2018. Ryanair did not immediately comment late Wednesday.

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-boeing-737max-idUSKBN2BN3NT

 

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18 minutes ago, TheJoker said:

 

AAL retirou de operação 17 aeronaves

"Team,

Last night, Boeing notified us of a potential production issue with a component in the electrical power system on 17 of our most recently delivered Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. At Boeing’s direction, we have temporarily removed these 17 aircraft from service in order to complete necessary inspections and make any changes recommended or required by Boeing or the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)."

Alguém sabe se a GOL foi impactada?

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2 hours ago, MRN said:

AAL retirou de operação 17 aeronaves

"Team,

Last night, Boeing notified us of a potential production issue with a component in the electrical power system on 17 of our most recently delivered Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. At Boeing’s direction, we have temporarily removed these 17 aircraft from service in order to complete necessary inspections and make any changes recommended or required by Boeing or the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)."

Alguém sabe se a GOL foi impactada?

 

PR-XMM, AOG em GRU.

Unico afetado

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3 minutes ago, MCAS MAX said:

 

PR-XMM, AOG em GRU.

Unico afetado

Então só uma dúvida. Só o XMM está afetado por esse problema no sistema elétrico? Os outros MAX não foram afetados? Porque na AAL, por exemplo, 24 aeronaves não foram afetadas, porque foram entregues antes de março de 2019. As aeronaves onde foram encontradas essa mudança de produção, feita no processo de instalação, ocorreu depois de março de 2019. Algum MAX da GOL foi entregue depois de março de 2019? Obrigado. 

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5 minutes ago, MRN said:

Então só uma dúvida. Só o XMM está afetado por esse problema no sistema elétrico? Os outros MAX não foram afetados? Porque na AAL, por exemplo, 24 aeronaves não foram afetadas, porque foram entregues antes de março de 2019. As aeronaves onde foram encontradas essa mudança de produção, feita no processo de instalação, ocorreu depois de março de 2019. Algum MAX da GOL foi entregue depois de março de 2019? Obrigado. 

Sim. O XMM rsrs

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Menos mal. Será que a Boeing vai da dinheiro de novo rsrs 

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