News Wrap: Head of FAA takes test flight on Boeing’s 737 Max
PBS, 01 Oct 2020
In our news wrap Wednesday, Boeing’s 737 Max jetliner is a step closer to returning to the air after two deadly crashes that killed nearly 350 people. Steve Dickson, head of the Federal Aviation Administration, took a two-hour evaluation flight near Seattle and reported progress. Also, Australian-born singer Helen Reddy, known for the feminist anthem "I Am Woman," died in Los Angeles at age 78.
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