NTSB Reports Alaska Airlines’ Boeing 737 MAX Had Missing Key Bolts in Recent Blowout

Title: Preliminary Report on Resumption of 737 MAX 9 Flights

The 737 MAX 9 jets have been under intense scrutiny since the tragic crashes in 2018 and 2019. However, after thorough inspections and modifications, most of these aircraft have been deemed safe to resume flying. The Investigators’ preliminary report sheds light on the current state of the 737 MAX 9 and its return to service.

Inspections and Modifications:
Following the grounding of the 737 MAX 9 jets, extensive inspections were conducted to identify and address any potential safety issues. These inspections were carried out by both the aircraft manufacturer, Boeing, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The findings from these inspections led to necessary modifications and updates to the aircraft’s software and systems.

Resumption of Flights:
As of now, the majority of the grounded 737 MAX 9 jets have been cleared to resume flying. This decision was made after thorough evaluations and test flights were conducted to ensure the safety of the aircraft. The FAA has  

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