FAA Defends Boeing MAX Certification Before U.S. Congress

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WASHINGTON—Senior officials from the U.S. FAA defended the agency’s certification of the Boeing 737 MAX as “fundamentally sound” during a U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee hearing July 31. “We do not, and never have, allowed self-certification, whether it’s Boeing or any other product,” FAA...

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