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737 Max: Southwest pilots sue Boeing, ex-Ethiopian Airlines whistleblower denounces carrier

France 24 Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Pilots from Texas-based Southwest Airlines said Monday they had filed a lawsuit against Boeing, accusing it of “deliberately misleading” them over the 737 MAX, which has been grounded after two deadly crashes.
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The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association filed a lawsuit against Boeing on Monday for "deliberately misleading the organization and its pilots about the 737 MAX aircraft."

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