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Boeing 737 Max gets FAA clearance to resume flights – Source CNET Tech



The US Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday cleared the Boeing 737 Max to resume commercial flights in the US following a nearly two-year review after the planes were grounded in 2019 in the wake of two fatal crashes.

“The path that led us to this point was long and grueling, but we said from the start that we would take the time necessary to get this right,” said FAA Administrator Steve Dickson in a video message. “I am 100% comfortable with my family flying on it.” A former commercial pilot, Dickson flew a Max aircraft on a test flight in September.

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