Chair DeFazio Announces Hearing on FAA Oversight of the Boeing 737 MAX Certification

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Chair DeFazio Announces Hearing on FAA Oversight of the Boeing 737 MAX Certification

 

Washington, DC- Reminder, the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure will hold a hearing on Wednesday, December 11, titled “The Boeing 737 MAX: Examining the Federal Aviation Administration’s Oversight of the Aircraft’s Certification.” Members of the media are encouraged to RSVP to help the Committee plan accordingly.

More information about the hearing, including witnesses, testimony, additional background information, and live webcast, can be found here once available.

HEARING DETAILS

 

“The Boeing 737 MAX: Examining the Federal Aviation Administration’s Oversight of the Aircraft’s Certification”

 

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

10:00 a.m.

2167 Rayburn House Office Building

 

WITNESS LIST:

 

Panel I

 

Stephen Dickson, Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration

Accompanied by

Earl Lawrence, Executive Director, Aircraft Certification Service, FAA

 

Matthew Kiefer, Member of the FAA’s Technical Advisory Board

 

Panel II

  

Edward Pierson, Boeing retiree, appearing in his individual capacity

 

G. Michael Collins FAA retiree, appearing in his individual capacity

 

Dr. Mica R. Endsley, Ph.D. President of SA Technologies Former Chief Scientist, U.S. Air Force Former president, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

 

Captain John Cox, President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Safety Operating Systems


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The stated purpose of the hearing is to examine the ODA process–what went wrong with the B737 Max 8? how can it be improved? should it be continued [Congress authorized ODA]? etc.. None of the witnesses CAN answer those questions based on the ODA; so what is the REAL point of the hearing?

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