FAA Administrator Dickson Describes 737 Max Certification Steps Written 12 February 2020


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Reuters reports that FAA Administrator Steve Dickson “has set out in detail a ‘waterfall’ of actions that must be carried out before the grounded Boeing 737 MAX returns to service.” During a briefing to reporters at the Singapore Airshow, Dickson described a variety of “actions that must be carried out.” They include a “certification test flight,” simulator training exercises, an “Airworthiness Directive” from the FAA, and the establishment of training plans for each airline, among other things.
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