The unprecedented and ongoing examination of aircraft certification triggered by the two Boeing 737 MAX accidents has identified several areas that must change to improve outcomes, FAA Administrator Steve Dickson said. “We've identified some key themes that are emerging regarding aircraft certification processes,” Dickson said at the Dubai Airshow Nov. 17. Regulators agree that certification needs to shift from a “holistic vs. transactional” approach, human ...

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