Boeing has restarted delivery of its 787 Dreamliner after a five-month suspension amid ongoing inspection on the aircraft’s deck windows.

The aircraft manufacturer delivered one Dreamliner to United Airlines on 26 March. The company is on track to handover additional jets this month, Bloomberg reported citing people familiar with the development.

An emailed statement by Boeing was quoted by media sources as saying: “We continue to expect to resume delivering 787s by the end of March.

“However, we will continue to take the time necessary and will adjust any delivery plans as needed.

“We remain in constant and transparent communication with our customers and regulators.”

Meanwhile, Boeing’s team of mechanics are continuing their search for structural flaws in the aircraft.

Last week, Boeing was reportedly testing the flight-deck windows of several 787 Dreamliners to ensure that they meet requirements.

In a separate development, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) revealed last week that it will handle final pre-delivery checks on four 787 jets independently.

Bloomberg quoted an FAA email as saying: “The FAA’s top priority is ensuring the safety of the travelling public.

“Today, the FAA issued a certificate of airworthiness for two of the four Boeing 787s for which the agency retained that authority. The FAA acted after thorough inspections confirmed the aircraft complied with all airworthiness standards.”