Even as Boeing works to explain its detailed statistical analysis to the Federal Aviation Administration of its inspection findings on its fleet of undelivered 787 Dreamliners, the company continues to disclose new issues with its aircraft that further disrupt its path toward resetting its production system and restarting deliveries.
The manufacturing quality inspection and rework saga for the 787 is now nearing the one-year mark since they were first reported by The Air Current. In that time, Boeing’s most important twin-aisle jet has been sidelined by a combination of slack demand exacerbated by the pandemic’s impact on international travel, and manufacturing issues that stretch from the jet’s fuselage joins and the aircraft’s vertical and horizontal stabilizers to the passenger and cargo door structures.
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