FAA panel finds Boeing 737 MAX software upgrade 'operationally suitable'

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FAA panel finds Boeing 737 MAX software upgrade 'operationally suitable'

Lengthy regulatory process to get the planes back in the air well underway.

A Federal Aviation Administration review board said on Tuesday a software update to the grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft was found to be "operationally suitable," suggesting the lengthy regulatory process to get the planes back in the air was well underway. More than 300 Boeing 737 MAX jets have ...

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