Inspectors Reviewing MAX Training Were Qualified, FAA Says

WASHINGTON—A Congressionally-ordered review by FAA into whether some aviation safety inspectors (ASIs) involved in evaluating the Boeing 737 MAX flight-control system during certification were not qualified found no evidence of any deficiencies, either related to work on the MAX or other aircraft...

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