FAA Bypasses Legacy Review On 787

Credit: John Croft/AW&ST
The FAA's “comprehensive review” of the design, production and quality assurance of the Boeing 787 departs, at least in name, from legacy processes that are in place for cases when a certified aircraft exhibits significant safety problems. Under FAA type certification regulations (Transportation...

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