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FAA plans for Boeing's 737 MAX to fly outside US as aviation regulators consider when aircraft can resume service

Firstpost Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg has said repeatedly that there was no design flaw in the 737 MAX, and has described changes to the MCAS system as an "update" rather than a fix.
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News video: Boeing MAX 8 jets could be back in air by late June

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U.S. aviation regulators expect to sign off on a return to service for Boeing&apos;s 737 MAX 8 jets, which suffered two fatal crashes, as soon as late June, sources have told Reuters. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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