Boeing not setting timetable for 737 MAX 10 approval By Reuters


© Reuters. An aerial view of a Boeing 737 MAX 10 airplane parked at King County International Airport-Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, U.S, June 1, 2022. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

EVERETT, Wash. (Reuters) – Boeing (NYSE:) on Wednesday said it was making progress but declined to offer a clear timeline when it believes it can win approval for its 737 MAX 10 as it faces a tougher regulatory climate, a company executive said on Wednesday.

Boeing faces a December deadline to win approval for the 737 MAX 10 or it will face new cockpit alerting requirements under a 2020 law unless Congress opts to wave it.

Mike Fleming, a senior vice president at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, told reporters “we really need to complete a good proportion of the development assurance work.” He added “it’s taking longer to get approval of our documents than it has in the past.”

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