A little over two months after the world’s leading airworthiness authorities one by one grounded the Boeing 737 MAX, they will meet on May 23 at an event organized by the FAA. Officially on the agenda is a briefing on the FAA’s analysis and thinking about how the MAX can return to flight. Unofficially, it is about bringing everyone back on the same page and restoring trust in the FAA’s approval process. It is quite an unusual exercise for an organization accustomed to ...

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