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Boeing delivers first 737 MAX after FAA gives OK for most engines

Boeing delivers first 737 MAX after FAA gives OK for most engines

SEATTLE — Less than a week after a potential manufacturing flaw in a batch of engines grounded Boeing’s 737 MAX fleet, the Federal Aviation Administration cleared Boeing to fly the MAX with unaffected engines and the jetmaker made the first MAX delivery to an airline Tuesday.
The 737 MAX “has resumed all flight activities,” Boeing said in a brief statement.
Boeing spokesman Doug Alder said the first MAX was delivered to Malaysian carrier Malindo Air, part of Lion Air Group.
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