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FAA chief to meet with Boeing officials, test 737 MAX simulator

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
New Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) chief Stephen Dickson plans to fly to Seattle this week to fly "newly configured" Boeing 737 MAX software in a simulator and will visit with Boeing officials, the agency said Monday.
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