According to Reuters, the Federal Aviation Administration met on Friday with representatives from the three major U.S. airlines that own a now grounded Boeing 737 MAX jets, to discuss two fatal crashes and the path moving forward. FAA Acting Administrator Dan Elwell said that he wanted to know operators’ and pilots’ thoughts before the agency decides to return the 737 MAX to service. Elwell said the meeting participants’ “operational perspective is critical input as the agency welcomes scrutiny on how it can do better.”

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