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Boeing says it has a software update for plane models involved in deadly crashes

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WE'LL TALK ABOUT RAIN, IN A FEWMINUTES.Terrence: THANK YOU.MILLIONS OF PEOPLE FLY EVERYDAY.THERE COULD BE BIG CHANGES TOKEEP US SAFE IN THE AIR.Katie: NEWS 5'S JESSI SCHULTZ ISLI AT HOPKINS AIRPORT TOEXPLAIN.Reporter: THE F.A.A.

IS NOTEXPECTED TO ALLOW ANY OF THE MAX8 PLANES BACK IN THE AIR HERE ATHOPKINS OR ANY OTHER AIRPORTUNTIL THEY GET A BETTERUNDERSTANDING OF WHAT GROUNDEDTHEM IN THE FIRST PLACE.THAT BETTER UNDERSTANDING MAYCOME SOONER RATHER THAN LATER ASF.A.A.

OFFICIALS ARE MEETINGWITH SENATE MEMBERS INWASHINGTON TODAY TO TALK ABOUTHOW SAFETY REGULATIONS ANDOVERSIGHT ON AIRPLANECONSTRUCTION AND APPROVAL NEEDSTO CHANGE.OF COURSE, ALL OF THI SPURREDBY TWO DEADLY CRASHES INETHIOPIA AND INDONESIA THAT SEEMTO B CAUSED BY THE SAME ISSUE.TODAY BOEING WILL UNVEIL ITSSOFTWARE UPDATE FOR THE PLANESTO PILOTS AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS.IT'S EXPECTED TO FIX THEAUTOMATED SYSTEM PILOTS SEEMEDTO STRUGGLE WITH IN BOTH OF THEFLIGHTS.AND AS THESE PLANES CONTINUE TOBE ON THE FOREFRONT OFEVERYONE'S MIND, JUST YESTERDAYONE IN SOUTHWEST'S FLEET INTOSTORAGE HAD TO MAKE AN EMERGENCYLANDING IN ORLANDO BECAUSE OF ANENGINE PROBLEM.BUT THERE WERE NO PASSENGERS ONIT.WE ARE GOING TO FOLLOW THISSENATE HEARING CLOSELY TODAY ASANY CHANGES THEY MAKE TO SAFETYREGULATIONS WILL AFFECT EVERYONEWHO GETS O



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