An American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX airplane takes off on a test flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in December. Photo: AFP An American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX airplane takes off on a test flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in December. Photo: AFP
An American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX airplane takes off on a test flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in December. Photo: AFP
Aviation

Airlines pull Boeing 737 MAX planes over electrical issues, in latest setback

  • The aviation giant said planes used by 16 airlines were affected, but did not say how many aircraft were involved, or how long inspections would take
  • Boeing says the new issue is unrelated to the flight-control system problems linked to fatal crashes in 2019

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An American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX airplane takes off on a test flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in December. Photo: AFP An American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX airplane takes off on a test flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in December. Photo: AFP
An American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX airplane takes off on a test flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in December. Photo: AFP
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