An FAA-hosted gathering of regulators from around the world has helped clarify the agency’s stance on changes to the Boeing 737 MAX. It also set the stage for what is likely to be a phased return-to-service for the grounded fleet, rather than a unified move to lift operations bans. FAA Acting Administrator Dan Elwell says the May 23 proceedings, which ran well beyond the allotetd time to accommodate the intense dialog, were “comprehensive and constructive.” Questions ...

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