Stricken US aircraft maker Boeing has resumed the production of its model 737 Max after it had been grounded after two air crashes. Production will initially start on a lower level and will be accelerated over the year, the company said. More than a dozen initiatives to improve on-the-job safety and product quality would be implemented in the main plant in Renton near Seattle. When the 737 Max will be allowed to start again is still unclear – the decision is subject to the international surveillance authorities. For more information please click here.