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Boeing (2): new FAA evaluations on B-737 MAX aircraft software

Necessary new changes before that a new certification is required

Boeing has published yesterday a statement about B-737 MAX aircraft software: "The safety of our airplanes is Boeing’s highest priority: while FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) reviewed the software update of the model in question, its technicians have identified an additional anomaly for which it is necessary that this company to make changes to software that we have developed in the last eight months. The review and process by FAA that will bring to retun the 737 MAX to passenger service need a thorough and comprehensive assessment that will require more time. Boeing agrees with the FAA and is working on the required software, as required. We not require a new certification by the FAA for the model until all requirements are satisfied for its safe return to service", the note concluded.

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