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Boeing expects 737 Max software fix by end of March

WorldNews Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Boeing expects 737 Max software fix by end of MarchUS regulators and safety experts are now asking how thoroughly the FAA and Boeing vetted the anti-stall system and how well pilots around the world were trained for it when their airlines bought...
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American Airlines pilots will test Boeing's 737 MAX software fix on simulators this weekend. According to Reuters, this is a key step in restoring confidence in the jet after two fatal crashes. In the wake of the deadly Lion Air crash in Indonesia in October, Boeing has been working on a software...

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