The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has passed the “Aircraft Certification Reform and Accountability Act,” which is legislation to strengthen the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) aircraft certification process in response to the crashes of two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. This bipartisan bill, which was introduced and subsequently approved by the T&I Committee earlier this year, is designed to address problems identified in multiple reviews and investigations of the Boeing 737 MAX. Among other things, the “Aircraft Certification Reform and Accountability Act” that would require manufacturers to adopt safety management systems, lock in new requirements on the disclosure of safety-critical systems, strengthen FAA oversight
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