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The emerging 737 MAX scandal explained

This is a bit lengthy, but a very informative article, written by  Matthew Yglesias on Mar 29, 2019, about the emerging 737 MAX scandal.

Boeing executives are offering a simple explanation for why the company’s best-selling plane in the world, the 737 MAX 8, crashed twice in the past several months, leaving Jakarta, Indonesia, in October and then Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in March. Executives claimed Wednesday, March 27, that the cause was a software problem — and that a new software upgrade fixes it.
But this open-and-shut version of events conflicts with what diligent reporters in the aviation press have uncovered in the weeks since Asia, Europe, Canada, and then the United States grounded the planes. Keep on reading…..

 

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