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FAA let Boeing 737 Max continue to fly even as review found serious crash risk

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FAA let Boeing 737 Max continue to fly even as review found serious crash riskAnalysis from US regulators found plane could have averaged a fatal crash about every two to three years without design changes US regulators allowed Boeing’s 737 Max to keep flying even after their own analysis found the plane could have averaged one fatal crash about every two or three years...
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FAA let Boeing 737 Max continue to fly even as review found serious crash risk

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