WASHINGTON—Representatives from nine civil aviation authorities, including the four major state-of-design agencies and growing global power China, have accepted invitations from the U.S. FAA to conduct a partial review of the Boeing 737 MAX certification, FAA announced Apr. 19. The 90-day review will start at the end of April. The Joint Authorities Technical Review (JATR), chaired by former NTSB chairman and FAA assistant administrator for system safety Christopher Hart and ...

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