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Boeing addresses new 737 MAX software issue that could keep plane grounded longer

Reuters Friday, 17 January 2020
Boeing Co said on Friday it is addressing a new software issue discovered in Iowa last weekend during a technical review of the proposed update to the grounded Boeing 737 MAX, a development that could further delay the plane's return to service.
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The issue is reportedly related to a software power-up monitoring function.

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