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Mass media reported desire of Boeing to reduce physical tests of new planes — Rambler News Service


Engineers of Boeing corporation reduce the volume and duration of some expensive physical tests necessary for certification of the new plane of the company Reuters with reference to sources in the industry and regulators reports. For the new widebody NMA Boeing liner develops technology for replacement of expensive and labor-consuming physical tests of safety by computer modeling. Sources of the edition note that they in Boeing are convinced that new technologies and long-term experience made some physical tests superfluous. The new strategy of the company can appear under the threat, considers the edition if regulators and the legislators of the USA investigating two crashes of Boeing 737 of Max 8 demand more careful tests from the aviagiant. Despite achievements in the field of computer modeling, some experts claim that physical tests of "old school" it is categorically best of all as are capable to report unpredictable results. "Tests stopped being for the company the place of opening, and began to serve in the basic as confirmation that we thought that we know" — the former engineer of corporation told the edition. Earlier the decision on suspension of flights of Boeing 737 of Max 8 was made by the authorities of the EU and many countries of the world. In turn, the Federal Aviation Administration of the USA declared lack of the bases to forbid flights of Boeing 737 of Max 8 due to the lack of systematic problems at this model. As of March 13 the USA and Canada remained the only countries which continued operation of Boeing 737 of Max 8, however as a result aviation departments of these countries also imposed a temporary ban on flights of these planes. On March 14 flights of the Boeing 737 Max liners in the Russian airspace were forbidden by Rosaviatsia. Earlier, on March 12, the suspension of operation of the Boeing 737 Max planes was announced by S7 airline. In its park there are two Boeing 737 MAX liners.

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