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Boeing 737MAX aircraft have new trouble: more than 60 aircraft have been grounded due to potential electrical problems

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April 10 Recently, Boeing’s much-maligned 737MAX aircraft in the United States has had new electrical problems, causing dozens of aircraft to be grounded.

According to the Associated Press, New York Daily News and other U.S. media reports that Boeing announced on the 9th that it had warned 16 airlines about potential electrical problems in the 737MAX aircraft, including 4 large American airlines, which have grounded its 133 737MAX aircraft. 67. At present, the number of grounded flights worldwide is unknown.

According to The Washington Post, this electrical problem affected a backup power control device, which was caused by a manufacturing error and had nothing to do with the flight control software in the previous two crashes. Boeing said it was unclear how long it would take to solve the electrical problem.

In October 2018 and March 2019, two Boeing 737MAX aircraft recorded by Singapore Lion Airways and Ethiopian Airlines crashed one after another, killing a total of 346 people. The 737MAX series passenger plane has been grounded worldwide since March 2019, and Boeing’s reputation has also been seriously damaged.

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