FAA chief Dickson likes what he found piloting a 737 Max test flight

SEATTLE — After piloting a Boeing 737 Max on a test flight Wednesday, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) boss Steve Dickson — the authority who must give the final go-ahead for the plane to be ungrounded — declared himself satisfied with the updated jet’s handling in the air.“I liked what I saw on the flight this morning,” Dickson said. “I felt very comfortable and very prepared based on the training.”Dickson, a former Delta Air Lines captain, was in Seattle on Monday and Tuesday to complete the training, including time in a flight simulator, now proposed for pilots before they can fly the …

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