US FAA, global aviation regulators to meet May 23 on Boeing 737 MAX
Updated : April 26, 2019 07:05 AM IST
The FAA said the meeting "is intended to provide participants with the FAA’s safety analysis that will inform its decision to return the 737 MAX fleet to service in the US when it is made."
The FAA, which did not disclose where the meeting will take place, said that at the May 23 meeting it will "provide safety experts to answer any questions participants have related to their respective decisions to return the fleet to service." It will not include Boeing at the meeting.
The meeting is separate from a joint governmental review of the Boeing 737 MAX led by the FAA that will begin on April 29 and will include nine other aviation regulators from around the world.
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