Will FAA's plan for 737 MAX fly outside US?

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2019/05/22 | 768 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

Getting Boeing's top-selling 737 MAX back in the skies faces a critical test this week as the company and US regulators each seek to restore their reputations after two deadly crashes.The US Federal Aviation Administration convened a summit of global aviation regulators on Thursday to walk through the steps taken to address concerns with the MAX following criticism the agency dragged its feet on the decision to ground the jets.Most agencies around the world have said little or nothing about ...(…)

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