A global team of experts will review the Boeing 737MAX’s MCAS software with was approved by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.
The FAA says experts from nine international civil aviation authorities have confirmed participation in a technical review promised by the agency.
Former National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Chris Hart will lead the experts group that will meet Tuesday and is expected to finish in 90 days.
In a statement on Friday, the FAA said aviation authorities from Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, Japan, Indonesia, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates have agreed participate in the “Joint Authorities Technical Review.”
The group will evaluate the automated flight control system and determine whether it complies with regulations and recommend if any changes required in FAA’s approval process.