Restoring the trust of the flying public may be an even harder task.
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The FAA has repeatedly said that the process for returning it to flight will take as long as required, but U. FAA chief Steve Dickson — who days earlier had reprimanded Boeing for failing to show his agency the pilot messages — said last week that the company had hit several milestones, including handing over a key technical document.
European regulators, meanwhile, have signaled that they won't necessarily follow the FAA's timeline. Instead they are relying on their own process, which includes testing and oversight independent of the FAA that will determine their timeline for allowing the MAX back in their airspace.
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Acknowledging this reality, Muilenburg has said a "phased" global return to service is possible. He also said that he had "unknowingly" lied to regulators, though it's unclear about exactly what.
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