The FAA chartered the JATR to review the certification process and assess whether the aircraft was in compliance with applicable standards related to the flight control systems and its interfaces, including the MCAS system. The committee also focused on flight crew training and the operational suitability of the design.
The committee came up with twelve major recommendations, which were critical of both FAA procedures and Boeing’s role in the certification process. Those recommendations are needed to change the FAA-Boeing relationship and restore regulatory balance into the system.
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