FAA Leaders Questioned By Senators Over 737 MAX Written 1 August 2019

1 August 2019
The AP reports that the Senate Appropriations Committee held a hearing Wednesday with FAA officials on the approvals process for the Boeing 737 MAX. FAA Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety Ali Bahrami “said an FAA flight standardization board, which included pilots, compared the [MAX] to older 737s and determined that the computer-based training was sufficient, rather than requiring training on simulators.” (Image: Boeing 737 MAX. | Associated Press–©)
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