The announcement came as Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and House Democrats called for an audit into the 737 Max 8 following two crashes.
Both the Justice Department and Transportation Department’s Office of Inspector General have made inquiries.
A jackscrew, a device regulating the trim that raises and lowers the plane’s nose, indicated the jet was configured to dive.
Officials said technical work on the devices would begin Friday. Meanwhile, Boeing halted delivery of the plane but said production continues.
President Trumped ordered the planes grounded Wednesday afternoon, following a decision by Canadian officials Wednesday morning.
President Trump weighs in, tweeting on the complexities of modern aircraft: “I don’t know about you, but I don’t want Albert Einstein to be my pilot.”
Sunday’s crash of the 737 model was the second involving the aircraft in less than six months.
The group says that tech giants like Amazon can do more to promote renewable energy use in Virginia, particularly in the Washington suburbs where Amazon has several large data centers.
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The Gulfstream jet apparently blew out two tires as it took off from New Jersey's Teterboro Airport.