FAA chief says Boeing 737 Max won’t be back in the air in 2019
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The Boeing 737 Max will not be approved to fly again before the end of this year, according to the head of the Federal Aviation Administration.

Administrator Stephen Dickson, appearing on CNBC ahead of his testimony before the House Transportation Committee on Wednesday, said he could not provide a time frame for when the plane will get approval to fly again. But he said there are 10 or 11 different steps in the certification process that are yet to be completed. "If you do the math, it's...

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