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US Aviation authority waits to rule on Boeing 737 MAX 8 at aviation summit

Deutsche Welle Thursday, 23 May 2019
The US aviation safety agency FAA is not yet satisfied with Boeing's software fixes after two recent crashes of the 737 MAX 8. However, several US airlines have prepared for the return of the jet to their fleets.
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Aviation authorities from around the world are meeting in North Texas, discussing the grounded Boeing 737 Max jets.

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