FAA Head Will Face Grilling From Senators Over His Agency's Ties To Boeing

NPR: The acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration will appear Wednesday before a Senate subcommittee, where he's expected to face tough questions about the agency's actions following two plane crashes off the cost of Indonesia and in Ethiopia.

Daniel Elwell will testify before the aviation subcommittee of the Senate Commerce Committee about the agency's relationship with Boeing, the manufacturer of the plane involved in both crashes, the 737 Max.

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