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U.S. FAA Answers Questions On Boeing 737

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U.S. FAA Answers Questions On Boeing 737

U.S. FAA Answers Questions On Boeing 737

The Federal Aviation Administration chief told a Senate panel on Wednesday It would cost $1.8 billion and take 10,000 new employees for the U.S. aviation regulator to handle all aircraft certification internally.

Reuters reports that this information came will the chief was answering questions after two Boeing 737 MAX crashes on how new planes are approved for flight.

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