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Boeing conducts 500 test flights of troubled 737 Max jets in bid to restore trust following crashes

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said Monday that the company has conducted almost 500 test flights with a new software update to its grounded 737 Max planes that he hopes will help win back the confidence of the flying public. ( More...

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jbqwik 17
good luck - about all I can say.
I wish I could be more understanding, more forgiving. But, as we learn more from 'insider' information we understand how Boeing management let economic greed trump all - for no good reason, other than maybe the stock holders; this issue was pretty much fully understood.
And yet management sealed their lips, closed their eyes... the outcome is they slimed an iconic and respected US company.
Richard Orgill 2
Well put ibqwik

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I guess they have a few demo units available.
Abieshan Ganeshamurthi 0
That is good. But nobody will want to fly it.


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