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Boeing 737 MAX Crashes Are Still Under Investigation

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Boeing 737 MAX Crashes Are Still Under Investigation

Boeing 737 MAX Crashes Are Still Under Investigation

Reuters reports the recent crashes involving Boeing's 737 MAX passenger planes are still under investigation.

Ethiopia has insisted that its pilots followed procedures when their plane crashed.

Boeing recently declared that a new software fix makes a “safe plane safer.

After the fatal crash of a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max, Boeing and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration told airlines how to handle a faulty sensor reading.

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