After FAA’s 737 MAX Approval, Many Questions Remain

Boeing 737 Max
The FAA’s approval puts the MAX on track for a late-2020 return.
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The FAA’s approval for the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again ends a long, dark chapter in the evolving story of how the aircraft’s saga is changing aviation safety. What comes next is far more critical in shaping the story’s plot line. New MAX baseline upgrades and training approved Return to service...

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