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Exclusive: U.S. FAA must restore 'public confidence' in plane certification - inspector general

Reuters Wednesday, 23 October 2019
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) must work to restore "public confidence" in aircraft certification efforts after two deadly Boeing 737 MAX crashes, the U.S. Transportation Department's inspector general said Wednesday in a report seen by Reuters.
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The Federal Aviation Administration must work to restore “public confidence” in aircraft certification efforts. That's what the US Transportation Department's inspector general said Wednesday in a public report. According to Reuters, the inspector general's remarks came after two deadly Boeing...

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