U.S. Lawmakers Pledge FAA Certification Changes Based On MAX Findings

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“We’ve begun work on modifying wiring and will continue to ensure the 737 MAX meets all safety and regulatory requirements before it returns to service,” Boeing said.
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WASHINGTON—Preliminary conclusions reached by a U.S. congressional team investigating the Boeing 737 MAX certification and its role in two fatal accidents underscore the need to change the FAA’s processes through legislation, committee leaders said. “The committee’s preliminary investigative...

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