Boeing Adds Redundancy And More Pilot Control To 737 MAX

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Boeing is standing behind the baseline design of the 737 MAX as it seeks to restore industry confidence in the grounded twinjet and secure approval of a newly tested package of flight-control software and training upgrades. The company, which continues to build the newest 737 version at full rate...
Guy Norris

Guy is a Senior Editor for Aviation Week, covering technology and propulsion. He is based in Colorado Springs.

Sean Broderick

Senior Air Transport & Safety Editor Sean Broderick covers aviation safety, MRO, and the airline business from Aviation Week Network's Washington, D.C. office.

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