Boeing’s Next Jet Faces More Scrutiny From Foreign Regulators, Amid 737 MAX Crisis
In unusual move, regulators in Europe, Middle East plan independent certification reviews of Boeing's next new aircraft
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November 28, 2019 - by Benjamin Katz and Andy Pasztor for wsj.com
European and Middle Eastern regulators will conduct independent certification reviews of Boeing Co.'s next new aircraft, according to people familiar with the matter, breaking from longstanding practice to apply what they say are lessons learned from the 737 MAX crisis.
The unusual moves punctuate eroding international confidence in the plane maker and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the wake of the 737 MAX grounding in March. They are also the latest measure of how significantly the MAX's woes have shaken up long-established...
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