- The FAA approved Boeing to resume deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner next week.
- The agency halted deliveries on Feb. 23 due to a data analysis error related to the jet’s forward pressure bulkhead.
- Boeing had addressed the concerns and the FAA may resume issuing airworthiness certificates next week.
- Boeing said it had completed the analysis necessary to confirm the aircraft meets requirements and will not require further production or fleet action to meet FAA standards.
FAA approves restarting Boeing 787 Dreamliner deliveries next week
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved Boeing to resume deliveries of its widebody 787 Dreamliner next week after the planemaker addressed concerns raised by the agency.