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Boeing acknowledges defects in 737 MAX flight simulator software

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[USA], May 19 (ANI): For the first time since two air crashes involving Boeing planes killed over 346 people within six months, the US aerospace company has acknowledged that it had to correct
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News video: Boeing Says It Fixed Flaws In Its 737 MAX Simulator Software

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The simulators were reportedly incapable of reproducing flight conditions that would occur after a plane&apos;s stall-prevention feature malfunctioned.

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