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Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX could return to service next month – Ryanair

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The tragic incidents prompted widespread concerns over technical flaws and quality control at Boeing, as well as appropriate training for pilots to fly the 737 MAX. US lawmakers investigating the company last year accused it of concealing information about the plane from regulators during the approval process.

Boeing has since updated its flight manuals and revised several features of the model, including the flight control software and associated hardware in the cabin.

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