The Federal Aviation Administration is wrapping up its evaluation of changes Boeing made to the planes after two 737 Max crashes killed 346 people and prompted a worldwide grounding of the jetliners in March 2019.That review will wrap up in the “coming days,” FAA Administrator Steve Dickson said in a statement late Monday. The process has been expected to finish in mid-November and an order to end the grounding would be followed by pilot training, which is expected to take weeks.“Even though we are near the finish line, I will lift the grounding order only after our safety experts are satisfied that the aircraft meets certification standards,” Dickson said.- Advertisement – An employee walks past a Boeing 737 Max aircraft seen parked at the Renton Municipal Airport in Renton, Washington, January 10, 2020.Lindsey Wasson | Reuters – Advertisement – Boeing on Tuesday reported more cancellations of its beleaguered 737 Max jets, just as regulators wrap up their review of the planes following two fatal crashes.The aircraft manufacturer is facing dual crises of the 737 Max grounding, now in its 20th month, and the coronavirus pandemic, which as devastated air travel and the market for new aircraft.Boeing customers canceled 12 orders for the 737 Max in October and the company posted no new ones. Including aircraft Boeing removed from its official backlog, its outstanding orders shrunk to 4,275 from 4,325 last month.- Advertisement – American Airlines has scheduled the planes to fly commercially at the end of December, the earliest of the U.S. carriers that have purchased them. The airline is also planning to allow customers to tour the planes and have its pilots and mechanics answer their questions in an effort to boost confidence in the jets, CNBC reported last month.Boeing said it delivered 13 aircraft to customers in October. – Advertisement –
The open-plan kitchen, dining and living space. Picture: Supplied.“I think the fabulous kitchen area is my favourite part of the home,” Mrs St Baker said. “The house flows beautifully and it has lovely indoor-outdoor living. More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“You can open the doors and the entertainment areas seem to just spread out further and further.” A separate living area at the front of the home flows out to a patio and plunge pool with water feature. There is also an office, bedroom, powder room and laundry on this level.Upstairs, the master suite has a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, and there is a family bathroom and two more bedrooms with built-in wardrobes. The home at 9 Walsh St, Redcliffe, has a private plunge pool. Picture: Supplied.THIS private two-storey family home is on the market in the Newport Quays Estate. Owners Greg and Jo St Baker bought the home at 9 Walsh St, Redcliffe seven years ago and are reluctantly selling to relocate for work. Mrs St Baker said they were sad to be leaving the peninsular and their much-loved home.“Our daughters grew up there. It was a great family home. It’s like a little oasis,” she said. “It’s very private and enclosed but it’s got great space and great light. It just has a lovely feel to it.” On the ground floor the home has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area that opens to the large timber deck. The back deck and backyard at 9 Walsh St, Redcliffe. Picture: Supplied.Mrs St Baker said while the home had plenty of space for a growing family, it was also easy to look after.“It would suit anybody from young couples and families to older couples,” she said..“You can move straight in and enjoy easy living.”Mrs St Baker said the home was in a quiet neighbourhood, close to the canals, shops and schools.“We love the home, we’re looking forward to someone else enjoying it as much as we have,” she said.The property is being marketed by Simone De Raadt and Frank De Raadt of Kindred Redcliffe.