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Before Ethiopian Crash, Boeing Resisted Pilots’ Calls for Aggressive Steps on 737 Max

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 14 May 2019
In a tense meeting with American Airlines pilots shortly after the first deadly crash of Boeing’s new jet, executives insisted that the plane was safe to fly.
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Boeing told played down concerns of a second 737 Max crash to pilots after the first fatal crash, according to audio from a union meeting reported by both CBS News and The New York Times. American Airlines' pilots confronted Boeing and said that they wanted more information about the plane's...

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