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International aviation regulators meet over Boeing 737 Max safety




(MENAFN) Aviation regulators from over 30 countries and regions have met with officials of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) over the safety of Boeing 737 Max jets.

After the meeting, acting FAA Administrator said: "we are going through an incredibly intensive and robust process to make the safety case to unground the Max," adding that the FAA won't let the plane fly "until we have made that safety case."

According to industry analysts, the meeting is crucial to the FAA efforts to persuade other regulators around the world to lift their bans on the airliner.

Meanwhile, international regulators have said they plan to carry out their own reviews of Boeing's software changes and have stressed the need for additional pilot training.

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International aviation regulators meet over Boeing 737 Max safety

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