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Boeing 737 MAX has new hurdle to clear

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The 737 MAX, the best-selling model in Boeing's history, was grounded in March after two overseas crashes that killed more than 300 people prompted scrutiny of its anti-stall software (www.foxbusiness.com) More...

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DGR54Rathborne
DGR Rathborne 1
I am just going to put my final comment about Boeing and the Max and NG on this page of Flight Aware . After reading 4 seperate entries about the 737's , my head is spinning . I can't imagine what the Executives' are feeling ? . So much bad news just seems to be constantly coming in . And as for lawsuits , as i've said before , it's probably a Snow Storm of paper . This entire 737 stuff is going to go on for years to come . But what do i know?
But i just can not see a recovery of Boeings High Standing and stellar reputation after all of this . But thanks for the opportunity to offer my comments ............DGR
bristolgeoff
Geoff Davies 1
whatever they do the plane is a lame duck unless boeing can turn it around.that will not be easy

linbb
linbb -9
Too bad they didn't have pilots flying them nothing would have happened. Could be all the rest of you and others bs posts could have been avoided

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