After Boeing 737 Max crashes, GAO looked at European standards for plane certifications

When two Federal Aviation Administration-certified Boeing 737 Max jets crashed a few years back, it raised questions about the FAA certification process for new airplane designs. Members of Congress wanted to know if there was anything the U.S. could learn from the European Union’s procedures. The Government Accountability Office compared the two. And for what it found Federal News Network’s Eric White spoke with GAO’s Director of Physical Infrastructure Issues Heather Krause.