737 MAX Issues Should Not Disrupt Regulatory Harmonization, Boeing’s Calhoun Says
Regulators’ stepped-up scrutiny of the Boeing 737 MAX has been justified, but breakdowns at Boeing and the FAA that contributed to two fatal accidents should not be a foundation for long-term technical disagreements between civil aviation agencies, Boeing’s top executive said. “Let me start by...
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