Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration want global consensus to get the 737 Max flying again. They may have to wait awhile.

Aviation regulators from around the world, who met in Fort Worth on Thursday, are continuing to press the FAA for details on the fix to the anti-stall system blamed for two deadly crashes involving the Max, as well as the process for assessing the software, according to an FAA official. One big sticking point: whether to require that pilots undergo additional training on a flight simulator.

If regulators did require training, the condition would mean that the plane

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