Boeing 737 MAX

FAA will move first to approve the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again, possibly within weeks

Acting FAA administrator Dan Elwell, shown here at a May 15 hearing on Capitol Hill, said Thursday the agency will act first in approving Boeing’s 737 MAX to fly again. (Amr Alfiky / The New York Times)
Acting FAA administrator Daniel Elwell, shown here at a May 15 hearing in Washington, D.C., said the agency will act first in approving Boeing's 737 MAX to fly again. (Amr Alfiky / The New York Times)

The Federal Aviation Administration could lift an order grounding Boeing’s 737 MAX as early as late June, but acting FAA head Dan Elwell insists “the public can trust that the FAA will not let the 737 MAX fly again in the U.S. until it is safe to do so.”

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