Federal Aviation Administration chief Stephen Dickson met with Boeing officials, tested new software for the 737 Max in a flight simulator and toured the Renton assembly line Thursday. He said his agency has no timetable for its review of changes that Boeing is making to the plane. (Associated Press)

Federal Aviation Administration chief Stephen Dickson met with Boeing officials, tested new software for the 737 Max in a flight simulator and toured the Renton assembly line Thursday. He said his agency has no timetable for its review of changes that Boeing is making to the plane. (Associated Press)

FAA chief meets Boeing officials, tries out 737 Max simulator

The FAA declined to say how the updated anti-stall software performed during Stephen Dickson’s session.

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