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Boeing Dreamliner faces production problems

Updated: Jun 27, 2023

Everett, WA/Aviation News/March 15, 2022 (www.avionicsea.com/)

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner production faces problems and Boeing hopes to be back building Dreamliner's at a rate of twelve 787 per month.


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Federal Aviation Administration revoke Boeing's self-certification privileges seen for production and quality control at the plant.


The Dreamliner production faces challenges with multimillion parts that comes from worldwide suppliers.


Since COVID-19 Pandemic, the world-wide supplies have faced challenges recently with airspace closures and the absence of Russian freight airlines and current war against Ukraine.


Boeing is waiting for approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to resume deliveries. Boeing hopes to be back building Dreamliner's at a rate of twelve 787 per month.


The Federal Aviation Administration revoke Boeing's self-certification privileges seen for production and quality control at the plant.


Boeing company is currently negotiating with suppliers to deliver up to 7 Dreamliner's monthly by the end of 2023.

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