ALPA Supports Common Boeing 737 MAX Flight Deck

The 737 MAX family at Boeing’s Renton, Wash., facility 

Credit: Jennifer Buchanan/Seattle Times pool photo
Technical experts from the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) have told U.S. lawmakers privately that granting Boeing the time it needs to get the 737-7 and 737-10 certified is a less risky approach than enforcing a pending deadline that would require flight crew alerting upgrades for all new larger...

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