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A 737 Max 8 plane destined for China Southern Airlines sits at the Boeing Co. manufacturing facility in Renton, Washington, on March 12, 2019. Photographer: David Ryder/Bloomberg

On Nov. 18, 2020, the Federal Aviation Administration set forth the requirements for the 737 Max 8 to return to service after the March 13, 2019, grounding of the world’s most popular airliner following two crashes that killed 346 people. The scrutiny associated with the Max 8 crashes has highlighted the way the FAA has deputized aviation manufacturers to self-certify the safety of their own products.

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