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Boeing and FAA begin 737 Max recertification flights – Source CNET Tech


A Boeing 737 Max 9 files above the 2017 Paris Air Show.

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Boeing and the FAA conducted the first of a series of recertification flights on Monday that will determine whether the 737 Max airliner will be allowed to enter commercial service again. During the three-day process, investigators will observe the Max’s performance and evaluate Boeing’s changes to the MCAS flight control system, which has been largely blamed for two crashes in 2018 and 2019 that killed 346 people.

The recertification process is a crucial step for ending a worldwide grounding order that been in place since March 2019. The FAA said n a…

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