U.S. to mandate new safety-management tools for aircraft makers

Reuters Tuesday, 19 May 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration said Tuesday it would require Boeing Co and other aircraft manufacturers to adopt new safety-management tools following two fatal Boeing 737 MAX crashes that killed 346 people.

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