Added scrutiny for Boeing as problems plague jets

American Airlines aircrafts, both Boeing 737-823, at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, June 21. Boeing is facing stricter regulatory and investor checks following myriad issues with planes. – EPA pic, July 25, 2021.

THE aviation industry appears to finally be past the worst of the coronavirus downturn, but Boeing’s to-do list remains extensive following a messy start to 2021.

The problems this year include electrical issues with the 737 MAX jet, fuselage troubles on the 787 and yet another delay in the timeframe for the 777X.

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