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Grounding the 737 Max Eases Turbulence for Airlines

The grounding of Boeing Co.'s 737 Max after a pair of accidents killed 346 people might seem an unmitigated disaster for the world's airline industry. Look at flight data, though, and you can glimpse a grim benefit supporting carriers' bottom lines. ( More...

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ADXbear 1
Still got a public perception problem..i will be fine when ALPA and other unions likw Swpa pilots sign off on the aiplane

It has to be done openly and freely witout promise or payments..!!!!!
Perception problem? YES...
I think I will wait for the EU to give the new software their blessings...
Sadly, I now have little faith not just in Boeing, but also in our FAA...


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