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6 months after Boeing crash, it’s uncertain when longest major airplane grounding will end

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There are signs of a disconnect between the US Federal Aviation Administration and overseas aviation regulators six months after the second fatal Boeing 737 Max crash, raising the prospect that the aircraft may be recertified in some countries but delayed in others — a situation the aviation industry had hoped to avoid.

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