FAA deputy administrator Dan Elwell told US House appropriators that all safety inspectors who sat on the flight standardization board (FSB) for the Boeing 737 MAX were fully qualified, contradicting recent findings from the Office of Special Counsel (OSC). “I want to make clear that the OSC’s letter connecting training ambiguity to the MAX is not accurate,” Elwell said during an Appropriations Committee hearing on the FAA’s certification process Sept. ...

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