Boeing on track to meet FAA deadline to present quality control fixes | CNN Business

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Boeing will present its plan to fix quality problems with its assembly line to US regulators next week, the company said Thursday.

The plan was ordered up by the Federal Aviation Administration in late February after a hole blew open in the side of an airborne 737 Max a month earlier. The FAA said it audited the production line at Boeing and its key 737 Max supplier and found “multiple instances where the companies allegedly failed to comply with manufacturing quality control requirements.” It gave Boeing 90 days to present a plan — and that deadline is next

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