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Boeing readies 737 MAX software fix

SBS Monday, 25 March 2019
Boeing has invited its clients to the US for training and a briefing on software fixes for its 737 MAX aircraft, as an Ethiopian Airlines crash report is due.
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News video: Boeing offers sympathies, unveils 737 MAX software fix

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Mike Sinnett, vice president of airline programs for Boeing, extends sympathies to the families who lost loved ones in the Ethiopian Airlines crash before unveiling a software fix to the 737 MAX. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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