Europe and Canada have signaled they don't trust the FAA's investigation of the Boeing 737 MAX.
The Europeans and Canadians vow to conduct their own reviews of Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft and won't take the FAA's word for it.
The Europeans and Canadians vow to conduct their own reviews of Boeing’s changes to a key flight-control system, not to simply take the Federal Aviation Administration’s word that the alterations are safe. Those reviews scramble an ambitious schedule set by Boeing and could undercut the FAA’s reputation around the world.
Boeing hopes by Monday to finish an update to software that can automatically point the nose of the plane sharply downward in some circumstances to avoid an aerodynamic stall, according to two people briefed on FAA presentations to congressional committees.