Boeing says it will deploy a 737 MAX software “enhancement” across the fleet in the coming weeks incorporating feedback “received from our customers.” According to the company, the FAA will also mandate the change in an Airworthiness Directive (AD) “no later than April.” The statement comes in the aftermath of two 737 MAX 8 crashes in less than five months involving Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines. Since the March 10 fatal accident of Ethiopian’s ...


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