By: Nadeemy Haded

The US Federal Aviation Administration said it was seeking to fine Boeing $ 5.4 million because it failed to prevent the installation of defective parts on the 737 MAX.

In a statement, the administration claimed that Boeing “failed to adequately supervise its suppliers to ensure their compliance with the company's quality assurance system. Boeing deliberately submitted the plane to obtain a final flight validity certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration after knowing that these parts could not be used due to its failure to pass a test Power".

The Federal Aviation Administration proposed a civil fine of $ 3.9 million to Boeing over the same problem in December for the 133 737NGs, the previous generation of the 737Max, according to Reuters.

The 737 MAX has been banned from flying since March after two crashes of this type, killing 346 people.

Boeing's registry and federal aviation administration representatives have criticized safety on a number of issues.

In June, the Federal Aviation Administration disclosed that about 300 NG and 737 MAX aircraft might have parts with manufacturing defects, and said it would be required to quickly change these parts.

Source: Reuters

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