Daniel Elwell (left), acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, and Robert L. Sumwalt (right), chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, talk before the start of a House Transportation Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington on May 15 on the status of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. A second hearing is planned for June 19. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Daniel Elwell (left), acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, and Robert L. Sumwalt (right), chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, talk before the start of a House Transportation Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington on May 15 on the status of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. A second hearing is planned for June 19. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

House subcommittee to hold 2nd hearing on Boeing Max safety

The group wants to hear from front-line users of the planes, including pilots and flight attendants.

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