BOEING'S 737 MAX WAS CLEARED TO FLY BY THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION FOLLOWING A 20-MONTH SAFETY REVIEW OF 2 FATAL CRASHES

© Reuters American Airlines 737 Max passenger planes on the tarmac at Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Reuters Boeing's 737 Max aircraft can fly again once the company implements design changes, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Wednesday. The aircraft had been grounded for almost two years after two fatal crashes killed a combined 346 people. The FAA lifted it...