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Boeing 737 MAX

19 Nov 2020
Boeing's 737 Max has been grounded since March 2019 following two catastrophic crashes. It is now set to fly again, after US aviation regulators cleared it following a safety review.
30 Oct 2019
Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg apologized to the families that lost loved ones on Boeing 737 Max crashes. He testified today before the U.S. Senate’s Commerce Committee and said the jet maker made mistakes and said they are committed to fixing problems with the Max jetliners.
25 Oct 2019
A malfunctioning sensor and poorly trained pilots were contributing factors to the crash of a Boeing 737 Max, Indonesian regulators have concluded. Their final report called for urgent measures to avoid a repeat.
30 Jun 2019
Regulators identify new problem with Boeing 737 Max.
19 Jun 2019
British Airways' parent company agrees to buy 200 Boeing 737 MAX jets.
17 May 2019
FAA insists 'all tools' being used to ensure safety of Boeing 737 Max.
16 Apr 2019
It's been barely a month since the Boeing 737 Max operated by Ethiopian Airlines crashed just after take-off. All 157 people on board died in the accident. Some families feel justice is not yet served and want to hit Boeing where it hurts most.
16 Apr 2019
Boeing 737 Max grounding threatens US peak travel season.
5 Apr 2019
A preliminary report on the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX airplane says pilots followed recommended emergency procedures but were unable to control the jet.

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