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FAA holds summit on Boeing 737 Max, says no ‘target’ date on a fix

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FAA holds summit on Boeing 737 Max, says no ‘target’ date on a fix The FAA held an international summit with aviation regulators about what it would take to clear the Boeing 737 Max to fly again. The agency’s chief told NBC’s Tom Costello that there is no “target” on when to expect a fix. “I have the safety of the 737 Max. That’s my only target,” the FAA’s acting administrator, Daniel Elwell, said.