FAA chief calls eight-hour meeting on Boeing 737 MAX 'exceedingly positive'

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FAA chief calls eight-hour meeting on Boeing 737 MAX 'exceedingly positive'

On Thursday the acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration said that an eight-hour meeting with international air regulators to discuss the grounded Boeing Co 737 MAX was “exceedingly positive” and “constructive.” Reuters reports that after the meeting, Daniel Elwell reiterated that the FAA will not approve the plane for flight until they have completed a safety analysis, with no set timetable and no decision yet on pilot training on a system that played a role in two deadly crashes.

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FAA chief calls eight-hour meeting on Boeing 737 MAX 'exceedingly positive'

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