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FAA administrator to tell U.S. airlines MAX approval could come before mid-year

Reuters Friday, 24 January 2020
Federal Aviation Administrator Steve Dickson is calling senior U.S. airline officials Friday to tell them that the agency could approve the grounded Boeing 737 MAX's return to service before mid-year, a government official said Friday.
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Boeing says it do not expect to gain approval for the grounded 737 Max jets until later this year after saying they expected the jet to be back in the air by March. This is all due to potential certifications and regulatory concerns.

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