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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Coming Up: Boeing Max 9 Blowout: FAA Administrator Appears Before Congress published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
The Federal Aviation Administration’s top official will pledge to hold Boeing Co. accountable for any quality lapses as the agency examines the US planemaker’s manufacturing processes following a near-disaster on an Alaska Airlines flight last month.
“Let me stress: we will follow the data and take appropriate and necessary action,” FAA Administrator Mike Whitaker will tell lawmakers, according to prepared remarks. He'll testify before the House Transportation Committee.
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