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U.S. lawmakers will press Boeing CEO for answers on 737 MAX crashes

Reuters Sunday, 27 October 2019
The head of a U.S. Senate panel reviewing two catastrophic Boeing 737 MAX crashes told Reuters ahead of hearings this week that the plane would not return to U.S. skies until "99.9% of the American public" and policymakers are convinced it is safe.
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Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg begins two days of testimony Tuesday before US lawmakers. Jonah Green has more.

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