(Washington, DC) -- Boeing is set to resume deliveries of one of its wide-body jetliners.
The FAA announced the company will start redistributing its 787 Dreamliner in the coming days after making necessary changes to ensure the jets meet all certification standards.
Boeing suspended deliveries in May of last year as regulators and the company reviewed a series of manufacturing flaws. Among the issues identified was tiny, incorrect spacing in some parts of the fuselage.
American Airlines could receive a new Dreamliner as early as Wednesday.