As the 53rd Paris Air Show opens, there are signs that Boeing is nearing the next key milestones on its path to getting the grounded fleet back into operational service. Boeing is working through questions posed by FAA, an independent technical advisory board and its own experts about the redesigned maneuvering characteristics augmentation system (MCAS) software it is developing. Issues are being validated on aMAX e-cab engineering flight simulator, and a source with knowledge of the work ...

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