CORRECTED-Europe regulator says ‘hopefully converging’ with Boeing on 777X

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(Corrects title of company so as to add dropped phrase ‘Union’ in para 1)

Jan 24 (Reuters) – Boeing and European regulators are “hopefully converging” in talks over design necessities for the long run 777X airliner, the pinnacle of the European Union Aviation Security Company (EASA) mentioned on Tuesday.

The company has been seen at odds with Boeing for greater than a yr over adjustments that it desires to see within the flight controls of the most recent model of the 777 – one of many components contributing to a cumulative five-year delay, in keeping with trade sources.

“We’re hopefully converging,” Ky instructed Reuters when requested in regards to the progress of ongoing discussions on the 777X.

Boeing and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark. (Reporting by Tim Hepher, Further reporting by Valerie Insinna, David Shepardson Modifying by MarkPotter)

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