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Boeing to Skirt Closed Border by Sending Max to Canada for Test

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Boeing to Skirt Closed Border by Sending Max to Canada for Test(Bloomberg) — Boeing Co. and Transport Canada have worked out a novel way to skirt closed borders so that the aviation regulator can run its own tests of revamped flight-control software on the grounded 737 Max. In a break with custom prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, Boeing will fly a Max over the border to Vancouver early next week rather than basing all the activity in...
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