FAA hopes regulators meeting will restore global collaboration on MAX

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FAA leadership sees the upcoming meeting of regulators discussing the Boeing 737 MAX return-to-flight approval process as a key step toward restoring global aviation safety-related collaboration that broke down in the wake of uncoordinated decisions to ground the aircraft, the agency’s top official...

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