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Boeing completes year of turmoil with promise to Indonesia on 737 MAX crash

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
Boeing Co on Friday promised to act on safety recommendations for its 737 MAX aircraft made in a new report by Indonesian investigators on the deadly Lion Air crash a year ago.
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Authorities in Indonesia say systemic design flaws in the Boeing 737 Max contributed to last year's deadly Lion Air crash.

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