Boeing’s proposed changes to its 737 MAX family flight-control software will undergo “additional work” and may not be in regulators’ hands for a final review for another six weeks. FAA in an April 1 statement said Boeing needs time for more work “as a result of an ongoing review” of the software changes. FAA then plans a “rigorous review” of the proposed changes, which Boeing first detailed publicly March 27. Boeing said it ...

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