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According to the sources who spoke to the KING 5 News, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) will end the 20-month ban of Boeing's troubled 737 MAX jet in the United States today (Nov. 18).


The 737 MAXs were grounded worldwide in March 2019 after two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, which killed 346 people. The US planemaker has since been working to fix the aircraft's MCAS software, which was believed to be the cause of both accidents, and update pilot training.

“A lot of our residents work for Boeing, a lot of them have been working really hard to get to this day, and a lot of our residents work for the FAA and they’ve been working really hard to get to this day, so there’s a lot of reason to celebrate, it’s very good news for us,”

Renton City Councilmember Randy Corman said.

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