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FAA chief invites Boeing 737 MAX feedback from divided world regulators

Reuters Monday, 23 September 2019
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration invited continued feedback from global regulators at a Boeing 737 MAX briefing on Monday about the steps needed to return the grounded passenger jet to flight after two fatal crashes.
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