Boeing CEO says planemaker could be forced to cancel 737 MAX 10





WASHINGTON  – Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun told Aviation Week in an interview that the planemaker could be forced to cancel the 737 Max 10 over potential regulatory issues, David Shepardson reports for Reuters. Continue reading original article.

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8 July 2022 – “If you go through the things we’ve been through, the debts that we’ve had to accumulate, our ability to respond, or willingness to see things through even a world without the -10 is not that threatening,” Calhoun told Aviation Week, adding that he does not expect to cancel the 737 MAX 10 but said “it’s just a risk.”

A Boeing spokeswoman confirmed the accuracy of Calhoun’s quotes and reiterated the planemaker is “working transparently with the (Federal Aviation Administration) to provide the information they need, and are committed to meeting their expectations and those of our customers to certify and deliver the 737-10.”

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Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor
Intelligent Aerospace




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