Federal lawmakers in the US are examining training standards of FAA Aviation Safety Inspectors (ASI) who may have participated in the development of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8, adding to the overlapping list of federal and congressional probes into the jetliner’s development and certification. Sen. Roger Wicker, chair of the Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, said he was initiating the investigation after receiving information from multiple whistleblowers alleging ...

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