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FAA Won't Say When Boeing's 737 Max Will Be Cleared To Fly Again

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FAA Won't Say When Boeing's 737 Max Will Be Cleared To Fly Again

FAA Won't Say When Boeing's 737 Max Will Be Cleared To Fly Again

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration won't commit itself to a hoped-for deadline of Boeing.

Boeing has suggested that its grounded 737 MAX could resume flying passengers in October.

However, Reuters reports the FAA says do not have a timeline for vetting the 737 Max's safety upgrades.

We don’t have a timeline.

Don’t have October.

Don’t have August.

Don’t have 2021.

FAA Acting Administrator Dan Elwell


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