Listen: FAA chief defends 737 MAX safety inspectors from whistleblower
"The Federal Aviation Administration is disputing allegations that there were lapses in training for Boeing seven thirty-seven max aircraft in a letter. FA acting chief David L will told a Senate panel. There were no systemic problems with the qualifications of key agency staff who established mandates for pilot training. He says safety inspectors on the panel known as the flight standardization board were quote fully qualified for those activities. The aircraft have been grounded following two fatal crashes one in Ethiopia last month and another in Indonesia in"