Boeing is close to finalizing its proposed changes to the troubled 737 MAX, including a training package that is likely to be the most debated issue as regulators evaluate whether their confidence in the model’s airworthiness has increased enough to lift global operations bans. The FAA expects to receive Boeing’s final package, including all documentation, detailing the airframer’s changes to the MAX’s Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) by the end ...

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