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Title: Regulators Impose Production Limits on Boeing 737 MAX as Grounded Jets Resume Flying

The Boeing 737 MAX has been a topic of controversy and concern since its grounding in March 2019 following two fatal crashes. As the aircraft manufacturer works towards getting the MAX back in the air, regulators have put limits on its production while grounded MAX 9 jets have resumed flying after required inspections.

Production Limits on Boeing 737 MAX:
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has imposed production limits on the Boeing 737 MAX, allowing the company to produce a maximum of 31 aircraft per month. This is a significant decrease from the previous production rate of 52 per month. The decision was made to ensure that Boeing focuses on addressing the safety concerns and making necessary changes to the aircraft before increasing production.

Resumption of MAX 9 Flights:
While the MAX 8 and MAX 9 models remain grounded, the FAA has allowed the MAX 9 jets to resume flying after required inspections. This decision was made after the FAA conducted a thorough review of the aircraft and determined  

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