WASHINGTON—FAA leadership sees the upcoming meeting of regulators discussing the Boeing 737 MAX return-to-flight approval process as a key step towards restoring global aviation safety-related collaboration that broke down in the wake of uncoordinated decisions to ground the aircraft, the agency’s top official said May 15. The May 23 meeting in Dallas, called by FAA and first reported by Aviation Week, is slated to include regulators from many of the 57 countries that banned MAX ...

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