China's aviation regulator said on Tuesday it held a meeting with Boeing last week about the return of the 737 MAX to China, a day before the planemaker's top executives said they would begin remarketing some jets meant for Chinese customers.
The jet has not flown commercially in China since March 2019, when it was grounded after two fatal crashes.
The purpose of the meeting was to review improved aircraft training plans for the model, the regulator said on social media.
CAAC said it would release a revised report when the questions raised at the meeting were resolved.
The day after the Sept. 14 meeting, Boeing's top executives said the planemaker would begin to remarket some 737 MAX jets earmarked for Chinese customers because it could not wait indefinitely while U.S.-China political tensions snarl deliveries.
The planemaker said in July that it had about 290 undelivered 737 MAX airplanes and about half were designated for Chinese customers.
Read original article