FAA says Boeing will pay at least $17m in penalties to settle enforcement cases on 737. It found equipment was installed on 759 737s with sensors not approved for that equipment; approximately 178 737 MAXs were submitted for airworthiness certification when aircraft potentially had nonconforming...

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