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US lawmakers propose tighter rules for new airplanes

Bboy

Sept. 29, 2020

WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers who criticized regulators over the way they approved the Boeing 737 Max will propose changing the way that the Federal Aviation Administration certifies new plane designs and uses private-sector employees to perform safety analysis.
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