The new Federal Administration Authority (FAA) chief executive officer Stephen Dickson is set to travel next week to test “newly configured” 737 MAX software changes and to meet with Boeing’s top brass. Boeing has had constant problems surrounding its 737 MAX software, now the company is looking to take input from both angle-of-attack sensors in the MCAS anti-stall system linked to two deadly crashes that led to a global grounding of the plane in March. But it is not clear when it will conduct a key certification test flight, a step needed before the FAA can return the plane to
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