The Department of Justice is reportedly looking into the production of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner. The Dreamliner's production takes place at Boeing's South Carolina plant.
The news comes after the Federal Aviation Agency announced that it had found a "potential risk" in the 737 MAX's software.
However, Jim Cramer doesn't think that the probe is a setback for Boeing.
"I interviewed the CEO of L3, which is now L3Harris. They make simulators and he indicated that there are some airlines that, one voluntarily, maybe more, that are assisting their pilots to get training on the 737 MAX. Shocking. It was major news. No one seemed to catch it. It means to me that there are real issues here, but that the pilots are going to get it worked out and therefore you're going to fly the 737 Max by year-end," said Cramer.