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The U.S. Department of Transportation has established a special committee to review the FAA’s process for certifying the 737 Max.
The U.S. manufacturer plans to relay details of updated Max flight control software and a training addendum.
BBC Wales has continued to investigate Sala crash, assisted by BACA, which wants more action from the CAA to deter illegal charter.
The Indonesian flag carrier cites a loss of confidence among passengers in the new Boeing narrowbody.
The Ethiopian carrier refutes a report suggesting the pilots did not receive sufficient training.
The Accident Investigation Bureau in Addis Ababa has agreed to “expedite” the preliminary report into Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302.
Department of Transportation head Elaine Chao orders a formal audit of the certification process for the Boeing 737 Max 8.
CEO Muilenburg promises the release of a 737 Max software update “soon.”
French investigators have extracted virtually all the data from Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302’s FDR, CVR.