FAA Proposes AD For Boeing 737 MAX Fuel Quantity Processor Unit

During its 20-month grounding period, Boeing worked hard to ensure the safety of its 737 MAX before the type re-entered service. The plane, which is perhaps the most scrutinized airliner model of its generation, eventually received FAA recertification last November. However, the US government body has now proposed an airworthiness directive (AD) regarding the MAX. This notification concerns its fuel quantity processor unit (FQPU).

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://simpleflying.com/faa-max-ad-fuel/

Dear FAA, if you only just figured it out after recently ungrounding it, you stink at your job

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Yeah! So it’s been grounded for around 20 months and after you unground it you figure it out?!