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Boeing says its software fix for the 737 MAX is ready, awaits FAA approval

Seattle Times Thursday, 16 May 2019
Boeing said Thursday it has completed development of the software fix for the 737 MAX flight-control system that malfunctioned on the two flights that crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia and has finished simulator and flight tests of the new system. It now awaits approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which must fly a certification […]
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The airplane company, Boeing, said it has completed a software fix on its problematic 737 Max planes.

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