Opinion: The 737 MAX Fallout’s Implications For Suppliers

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Commercial aerospace hasn’t experienced a jolt for a new aircraft model like that of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8, which suffered two crashes in just five months, since the Lockheed Electra in 1959-60 and the Boeing 727 in 1965-66.The MAX’s automated flight-control system, known as the MCAS, appears to have...

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