A Congressionally ordered review by FAA into whether some aviation safety inspectors (ASIs) involved in evaluating the Boeing 737 MAX flight-control system during certification were not qualified found no evidence of any deficiencies, either related to work on the MAX or other aircraft, the agency said. Responding to Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee chair Roger Wicker, FAA acting administrator Dan Elwell said FAA’s investigation ...

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