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Boeing to start paying families of Max 737 crash victims

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Boeing to start paying families of Max 737 crash victimsFamilies of victims who died in the two Boeing 737 Max crashes that took place within six months of each other and killed a total of 346 people will receive compensation from an airline fund, Boeing announced Monday. "The recent 737 MAX tragedies weigh heavily on all of us at Boeing, and we continue to extend our deepest sympathies to the families and loved ones of all those on board,"...
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