FAA Urges Airlines to Follow Boeing’s Advice After 189 People Killed in 737 MAX Crash – TIME

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A U.S. aviation regulator plans to mandate that airlines follow an advisory issued by Boeing Co. on how pilots should handle false readings from a plane sensor that authorities say occurred on a 737 MAX jet that crashed off the Indonesian coast last week.
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