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Boeing Makes Changes In Response To 737 MAX Crashes

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Published on March 20, 2019 - Duration: 00:53s

Boeing Makes Changes In Response To 737 MAX Crashes

Reuters reports Boeing, the world's largest maker of airplanes, is attempting to have its 737 MAX fleet returned to the skies, while details have emerged of a crash in Indonesia with potential similarities to the recent fatal crash in Ethiopia.

The crash with Ethiopian Airlines on March 10 and the Lion Air crash off Jakarta in October killed 346 people total.

On Wednesday, the Seattle Times reported the FBI was joining the criminal investigation into the MAX’s certification.

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