Reportedly, Boeing (BA) resumed flight testing of its 777X jets after an inspection in October identified an engine issue. Under development since 2013, the 777X (also known as 777-9) is a larger version of the 777 wide-body jet.
Last month, when GE was reviewing a technical issue that occurred during GE9X post-certification engineering testing of the plane and made a decision with the aerospace giant to remove the engine and send it to a test facility for engineering test runs in Ohio. In April, the aerospace giant informed halt in production of the 777X through 2023, and a delay was expected in handing over the first 777X jet to 2025 from 2023.
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Fertility rates have hit a record low in the United States. The latest US government fertility statistics come from 2019, and they estimate there were 58.2 births year per 1,000 women of childbearing age (defined by the CDC as women between ages 15 and 44).
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