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New glitch found in 737 Max software

FT.com Friday, 17 January 2020
Technical review finds flaw when grounded Boeing jet powers up
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News video: Boeing Discovers New Software Issue With Its Troubled 737 Max

Boeing Discovers New Software Issue With Its Troubled 737 Max 01:17

The issue is reportedly related to a software power-up monitoring function.

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