WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) top security official said on Wednesday he would step down effective June 30.
Ali Bahrami, the FAA’s associate administrator for aviation safety since July 2017, has faced criticism from some US lawmakers and family members of those killed in two fatal Boeing (NYSE:) 737 MAX crashes, which caused the plane’s 20-month delay. The grounding was removed. in November. Officials said it was Behrami’s decision to leave the agency.
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