According to the report of Wall Street Journal, the aviation regulator of the United States has introduced a highly efficient detector of the safety investigation which was implemented by Boeing Co over the years on account of the crash of Lion Air Jet in Indonesia in the last month.

Wall Street Journal reported that according to the Administration of Federal Aviation it was analyzing the details of the encompassing safety data and the reasoning provided by the company previously as the part of endorsing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 models.

The statement of Federal Aviation Administration claimed that the story of the Wall Street Journal was not correct to recommend the agency is regulating a safety probe on the Boeing Max.

Federal Aviation Administration informed that they are not organizing a separate probe from the proceedings of investigations on Lion Air accident by the simultaneous effort of the National Transportation Safety Board and the Indonesian officials.

The Administration of Federal Aviation stated, “As we have previously said, we have issued an (airworthiness directive) and will continue to take appropriate action based on what we learn from the investigation. This has not changed”.

The regulator informed that based on the ongoing investigation the Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing will resume the evaluation of the need of enhanced software and other changes of the pattern of the aircraft including the controlling procedure and training.

Boeing did not reply to the insistence for comment in the regular business hours outside. Model 737 MAX 8 of Lion Air Boeing crashed on 29th October within 29 minutes after taking off from Jakarta. The crash smashed 189 lives aboard.

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