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Boeing In Discussions For 737 Crash Settlements

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Boeing In Discussions For 737 Crash Settlements

Boeing In Discussions For 737 Crash Settlements

Boeing is talking to families of the victims from the Lion Air 737 Max crash about reaching a settlement, rather than going through the court system.

Settling would allow Boeing to avoid long, highly publicized trials which could prove damaging for Boeing as its conduct around the crash is scrutinized and it seeks to return the planes to service.

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