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As new Boeing CEO takes over, it’s unclear when the 737 Max will fly again – Source CNET Tech


Two Boeing 737 Max 8s have crashed killing 346 people.


After two deadly crashes of its 737 Max 8 that killed 346 people, Boeing is rushing to repair one of its newest and most critical aircraft models. Boeing has suspended production of the 737 Max and the airliner remains grounded around the world, with no clear timetable on when it will fly again. 

The developments are a huge blow to Boeing, which has thousands of 737 Max orders on its books. Indonesia’s aviation safety agency has published a report on the first crash, which blames a faulty sensor, problems with a flight control system and errors by Lion Air staff. The investigation into the second crash in Ethiopia is still underway, but teams are focusing…

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