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House Faa Boeing

A Boeing 737 Max airplane at the ...
Data da imagem: 15/05/2019
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A Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

Data da imagem: 15/05/2019

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A Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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A Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash., May 15, 2019. The acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration defended the agency?s certification procedures involving the now-grounded Boeing 737 Max airplane, telling the House Transportation Committee on Wednesday that the process by which company-paid employees inspected their own aircraft was ?a good system.? (Lindsey Wasson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A worker looking at exit doors of a ...
Data da imagem: 15/05/2019
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A worker looking at exit doors of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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A worker looking at exit doors of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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A worker looking at exit doors of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash., May 15, 2019. The acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration defended the agency?s certification procedures involving the now-grounded Boeing 737 Max airplane, telling the House Transportation Committee on Wednesday that the process by which company-paid employees inspected their own aircraft was ?a good system.? (Lindsey Wasson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Workers inside the cockpit of a Boeing ...
Data da imagem: 15/05/2019
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Workers inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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Workers inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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Workers inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash., May 15, 2019. The acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration defended the agency?s certification procedures involving the now-grounded Boeing 737 Max airplane, telling the House Transportation Committee on Wednesday that the process by which company-paid employees inspected their own aircraft was ?a good system.? (Lindsey Wasson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A work truck passes by a Boeing 737 ...
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A work truck passes by a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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A work truck passes by a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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A work truck passes by a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash., May 15, 2019. The acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration defended the agency?s certification procedures involving the now-grounded Boeing 737 Max airplane, telling the House Transportation Committee on Wednesday that the process by which company-paid employees inspected their own aircraft was ?a good system.? (Lindsey Wasson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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The tails of several parked Boeing 737 ...
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The tails of several parked Boeing 737 Max airplanes at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.,

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The tails of several parked Boeing 737 Max airplanes at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.,

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The tails of several parked Boeing 737 Max airplanes at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash., May 15, 2019. The acting head of the Federal Aviation Administration defended the agency?s certification procedures involving the now-grounded Boeing 737 Max airplane, telling the House Transportation Committee on Wednesday that the process by which company-paid employees inspected their own aircraft was ?a good system.? (Lindsey Wasson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the ...
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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 ...

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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill4

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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Daniel Elwell, the acting ...
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Daniel Elwell, the acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status ...

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Daniel Elwell, the acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

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Daniel Elwell, the acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Dana Schulze, the acting director of ...
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Dana Schulze, the acting director of Aviation Safety at the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee ...

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Dana Schulze, the acting director of Aviation Safety at the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

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Dana Schulze, the acting director of Aviation Safety at the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the ...
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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 ...

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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill4

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Robert Sumwalt, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Wash.), the ...
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Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Wash.), the chairman, during an Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

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Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Wash.), the chairman, during an Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

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Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Wash.), the chairman, during an Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. The subcommittee heard from officials from National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Earl Lawrence, the executive director ...
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Earl Lawrence, the executive director of the Federal Aviation Administration's Aircraft Certification Service, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and ...

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Earl Lawrence, the executive director of the Federal Aviation Administration's Aircraft Certification Service, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

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Earl Lawrence, the executive director of the Federal Aviation Administration's Aircraft Certification Service, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A family members of a victim of a ...
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A family members of a victim of a Boeing flight crash holds a flower in a disposable cup during an Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the ...

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A family members of a victim of a Boeing flight crash holds a flower in a disposable cup during an Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

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A family members of a victim of a Boeing flight crash holds a flower in a disposable cup during an Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. The subcommittee heard from officials from National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Families of victims of Boeing flight ...
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Families of victims of Boeing flight crashes hold names and photos of their dead family members during a Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about ...

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Families of victims of Boeing flight crashes hold names and photos of their dead family members during a Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

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Families of victims of Boeing flight crashes hold names and photos of their dead family members during a Aviation subcommittee hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. The subcommittee heard from officials from National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Daniel Elwell, the acting ...
Data da imagem: 31/12/2000
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Daniel Elwell, the acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status ...

Data da imagem: 31/12/2000

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Daniel Elwell, the acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill.

Crédito: Amr Alfiky/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Daniel Elwell, the acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, testifies before the Aviation subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee about the status Boeing 737 MAX airplane, on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, 2019. (Amr Alfiky/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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