FAA chief: No quick return to service of 737 Max

FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson told House lawmakers the return of the Boeing 737 Max to service “is not guided by a calendar or schedule,” suggesting that regulators won’t clear the airplane to fly again for months. (Dec. 11)

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New head of FAA: No timeline for MAX 737’s return

Stephen Dickson, a former Delta Air Lines executive, was sworn in to lead the FAA Monday. He said the Boeing 737 Max jetliner would not return to service until he is convinced it is safe to fly. (August 12)

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