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FAA failed to properly review 737 MAX jet anti-stall system: JATR findings

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
An international panel of air safety regulators on Friday harshly criticized the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) review of a safety system on Boeing Co's 737 MAX jet that was later tied to two crashes that killed 346 people.
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A panel of international air safety regulators on Friday harshly criticized the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration’s review of a safety system on Boeing’s 737 MAX airliner that was later tied to two crashes that killed all 346 people. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

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