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Indonesia's report on 737 MAX crash recommends redesign, better training

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
Indonesia has recommended closer scrutiny of automated control systems, better design of flight deck alerts and accounting for a more diverse pilot population in the wake of a Boeing 737 MAX crash, according to a copy of a final report seen by Reuters.
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