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

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Published on July 25, 2019 - Duration: 00:37s

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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