Extension For 737-7, 737-10 Approvals Could Come With Upgrade Mandates

MAX 10 first flight
Credit: Boeing
WASHINGTON—A bill under consideration to grant Boeing more time to earn approval of its last two 737 MAX variants without flight deck upgrades would also require U.S. operators to retrofit their fleets with two safety enhancements that European regulators required as part of their return-to-service...

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