FAA Issues Final 737 MAX Return-To-Service Requirements
WASHINGTON—The FAA on Nov. 18 rescinded its ban on Boeing 737 MAX operations, releasing text of an airworthiness directive that codifies the steps airlines must follow before their MAXs can fly again. Publication of the directive in the Federal Register, expected in the next few days, will mark the...
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