FAA releases notice of proposed rulemaking for corrective action on Boeing 737 Max

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On Aug. 3, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) sent a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for a Boeing 737 Max airworthiness directive (AD) to the Office of the Federal Register for publication. The NPRM proposes mandating a number of design changes to address an identified unsafe condition. When the NPRM publishes in the Federal Register, a 45 day public comment period will begin. The FAA is posting the NPRM on its website to enable the public to begin review early.

The NPRM is subject to a 45 day public comment period when it is published in the Federal Register. Boeing Photo
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The FAA will also be placing the Preliminary Summary of the FAA’s Review of the Boeing 737 Max in the docket to assist with the review of the proposed AD.

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