The cockpit of a grounded Lion Air 737 MAX 8 jet is seen at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Cengkareng, Indonesia, last week. The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane bore similarities to the Oct. 29 crash of a Lion Air plane, stoking concerns that a feature meant to make the upgraded MAX safer has actually made it harder to fly. (Dimas Ardian / Bloomberg)
The cockpit of a grounded Lion Air 737 MAX 8 jet. The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane bore similarities to the Oct. 29 crash of a Lion Air plane, stoking concerns that a feature meant to make the upgraded MAX safer has actually made it harder to fly. (Dimas Ardian / Bloomberg)

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Regulators in Europe and Canada said they will conduct their own independent reviews of the 737 MAX software fixes Boeing has promised, signaling a break from their past close working relationship with the Federal Aviation Administration. Boeing, meanwhile, shuffled some engineering leaders in its Commercial Airplanes unit.

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