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US demands Boeing make changes to 737 Max 8

By Bloomberg
12 March 2019   |   1:26 pm
The US Federal Aviation Administration has ordered Boeing to make changes to its 737 Max 8. However, it said the new airliner was still safe to fly in the United States.

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