A task force of global civil aviation regulators has found gaps in the FAA’s certification process that contributed to insufficient reviews of the Boeing 737 MAX flight control system, and made a dozen recommendations aimed at ensuring the aircraft’s airworthiness and improving the agency’s product-approval requirements. The Joint Authorities Technical Review (JATR) team, staffed by representatives from nine civil aviation agencies and NASA, delivered its findings and ...

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