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FAA admits 'mistake' over Boeing 737 Max crashes

BBC News Wednesday, 11 December 2019
The Federal Aviation Administration predicted accidents but took no action until a second crash.
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After being pressed by three different lawmakers, FAA chief Stephen Dickson finally admitted that the government agency made a mistake by not taking immediate action to prevent additional crashes of Boeing's 737 MAX planes after the fatal crash of a Lyon Air aircraft in October of 2018..

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