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Boeing has corrected simulator software on 737 MAX jets

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Boeing has corrected simulator software on 737 MAX jets

Boeing has corrected simulator software on 737 MAX jets

Boeing has made corrections to simulator software that mimics the flying experience of its 737 MAX jets, says Reuters.

The 737 MAX was involved in two fatal crashes.

A Boeing spokesperson said the changes will ensure that the simulator experience is representative across different flight conditions.

It had previously been reported that the flight simulators used to train pilots couldn't replicate conditions that played a role in the 737 MAX crashes.

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