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Boeing CEO Says 737 Max Will Become "One Of The Safest Airplanes Ever"

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Boeing CEO Says 737 Max Will Become 'One Of The Safest Airplanes Ever'

Boeing CEO Says 737 Max Will Become "One Of The Safest Airplanes Ever"

Business Insider reports Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg vows that the 737 Max will be "one of the safest planes to ever fly" once it returns to the air.

Muilenburg made the statement in response to a question during the company's first quarter 2019 earnings call on Wednesday.

Muilenburg was asked how the company let the problems of the 737 Max get through the engineering and certification process.

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