The FAA has assembled a new, multi-agency Technical Advisory Board (TAB) to review the proposed software fix for the Boeing 737 MAX’s maneuvering characteristics augmentation system (MCAS), the flight-control law implicated in two crashes of the aircraft type that killed 346 people over a five-month period. The panel will be comprised of a team of experts from FAA, NASA, the US Air Force and Volpe National Transportation Systems Center. The FAA said in a statement that none of the TAB ...

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