House Democrats want FAA to release 737 MAX safety review documents
Kyo García Kusanagi
Oct. 01, 2020
FILE PHOTO: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Chief Steve Dickson brings a Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to a stop after an evaluation flight at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, U.S. September 30, 2020. Mike Siegel/Pool via REUTERS.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two key House of Representatives Democrats on Thursday urged the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to release all documents related to the government’s 18-month review of the grounded Boeing 737 MAX.
Representatives Peter DeFazio, who chairs the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and Rick Larsen, who heads an aviation subcommittee, said before ungrounding the plane the FAA should release “system safety assessments, related analysis, assumptions about pilot response times and key test data concerning the safety of the aircraft.” Boeing and the FAA did not immediately comment.
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