Boeing NYSE:BA is reportedly set to resume deliveries of its Dreamliner this week after a five-month pause while the aerospace manufacturer investigated potential structural flaws in the plane's carbon fiber skin. Last fall, Boeing discovered potentially dangerous flaws in a handful of its Dreamliners around carbon fiber joints. The company has suspended deliveries while it investigates the problems, but Boeing officials had said they intend to resume deliveries in the current quarter. Bloomberg today reported deliveries would resume as soon as Friday, with United Airlines Holdings near the front of the line of customers awaiting deliveries. According to the report, Boeing expects U. A Boeing spokesperson, in response to the Bloomberg report, said the company expects to resume deliveries by the end of March, but said it "will continue to take the time necessary and will adjust any delivery plans as needed.
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This allowed Boeing to resume MAX deliveries last December: a crucial step toward eventually returning to positive cash flow. Alas, within a few months, Boeing ran into new problems with its most popular jet, forcing it to pause MAX deliveries in early April. Customers had to pull more than jets from service, too. Fortunately, Boeing has now resumed MAX deliveries , and customers are rapidly putting their grounded jets back into service.
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