A task force of global civil aviation regulators found gaps in the FAA’s certification process that contributed to insufficient reviews of the Boeing 737 MAX flight control system, and made recommendations aimed at ensuring the aircraft’s airworthiness and improving the agency’s product-approval requirements. The Joint Authorities Technical Review (JATR) team, comprising representatives from nine civil aviation agencies and NASA, delivered its findings and recommendations ...

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