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Boeing clings to hope that the 737 Max will fly again this year after two crashes

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Boeing's 737 Max nightmare continues as the plane is yet to be certified to fly after two crashes. Meanwhile, top executive Kevin McAllister is out.
 
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