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FAA administrator says 737 MAX ungrounding not guided by any calendar: memo

Reuters Friday, 15 November 2019
U.S. Federal Aviation Administrator Steve Dickson said the path to ungrounding Boeing Co's 737 MAX is "not guided by a calendar or schedule," according to a Nov. 14 memo reviewed by Reuters.
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