The Boeing 737 MAX saga isn’t even close to being over
Boeing hasn't done enough to make its new jets flight-worthy
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September 3, 2019 - by Mike Wehner for bgr.com
It's now been nearly six months since airlines around the world were forced to ground any 737 Max commercial jets in their respective fleets.
The decision came after a pair of horrific crashes claimed the lives of hundreds, and Boeing's flight control software was implicated as a cause of both accidents.
Now, despite toiling away at the problem — and rolling out software updates to its aircraft — it would appear Boeing hasn't done enough to make its new jets flight-worthy. As CNN reports,
American Airlines just extended flight cancellations for Boeing 737 trips through December 3rd. highlighting the seriousness of the problems...
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