WASHINGTON—FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson outlined a safety-focused, data-driven vision for the agency he has led now for three months and described a new approach to certifying aircraft following the Boeing 737 MAX crashes. “I see our strategy coalescing around four themes: big data, ‘just culture,’ global leadership and people,” Dickson said Nov. 12 in a speech to the Aero Club of Washington. A key enabler of a data-driven safety organization is a healthy ...

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