The Boeing MAX 10 is to enter the final phase of flight testing toward type certification. On Tuesday, the FAA has granted Boeing Type Inspection Authorization (TIA). It is too early to tell when the MAX 10 will be certified, with Boeing only saying: “Certification is expected in 2024. We will follow the lead of the FAA as we work through the certification process.”
The news about TIA was shared in an internal memo to Boeing employees on Wednesday by Mike Fleming, senior vice president of Development Programs and Customer Support, Ed Clark, vice president and general manager of the 737 program and Renton site leader, and Wayne Tygert, vice president and general manager, Boeing Test & Evaluation.
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