Administrator Steve Dickson has fulfilled his promise to pilot the Boeing 737 MAX before the Federal Aviation Administration approves the aircraft’s return to service. [View video of the flight View video of the news briefing]. Dickson’s flight took two hours and included a number of scenarios to demonstrate the proposed software and design changes to the aircraft’s automated flight control system. Dickson, along with FAA Deputy Administrator Dan Elwell, completed the new recommended pilot training for the aircraft on Sept. 29. “Shortly after I took the helm at the FAA, I made a promise that I would fly the 737

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