Boeing 737 MAX: crucial meeting between the US regulator and its counterparts

Decisive meeting for Boeing this Thursday. The US Air Regulator [FAA] is calling its international counterparts in Texas, Fort Worth Port, to discuss changes to the Boeing 737 MAX anti-stall system. The software was implicated in the two air disasters of Lion Air on October 29 and Ethiopian Airlines on March 10 causing the death of 346 people. Since then, all devices are grounded and will not be able to resume service until a new certification. This is the goal of this Thursday's meeting.

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