by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock
The new 737 Max computer crash problem reported two days ago caused yet another delay in returning the plane to service.
737 Moving Target
Last March, following two plane crashes, the FAA suspended Boeing 737 Max flights. Boeing expected the plane to be back in operation by the Summer, then September, then December, then February.
Boeing on Tuesday pushed back its timetable for regulators to clear the return of the troubled 737 MAX for commercial service, saying it doesn’t expect approval until at least the middle of the year.