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The FAA’s chief will fly the Boeing 737 Max himself, as his agency moves closer to approving the plane’s return to passenger service

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The FAA's chief will fly the Boeing 737 Max himself, as his agency moves closer to approving the plane's return to passenger serviceFAA Administrator Steve Dickson will pilot a Boeing 737 Max on September 30, testing the plane himself before clearing it to fly again.

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