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Indonesian Airline Cancels Boeing Order, Citing Passenger Concerns

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Indonesian Airline Cancels Boeing Order, Citing Passenger Concerns

Indonesian Airline Cancels Boeing Order, Citing Passenger Concerns

According to a report by Reuters, Indonesian airline Garuda plans to cancel its 6 billion-dollar order for Boeing 737 MAX jets citing passengers who say they would be afraid to board the plane following two fatal crashes.

In the United States, American Airlines pilots are prepared to test Boeing's planned software upgrade for an anti-stall system on MAX simulators this weekend, claiming they was their own stamp of approval on the fix.

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