Boeing is readying a software fix that will be part of regaining approval to fly the 737 MAX, which was grounded by the FAA  March 13. The Boeing 737 MAX pictured here was being built completed in November for Shenzhen Airlines. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
Boeing is readying a software fix that will be part of regaining approval to fly the 737 MAX, which was grounded by the FAA March 13. The Boeing 737 MAX pictured here was being built completed in November for Shenzhen Airlines. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
Boeing & Aerospace

Boeing has a 737 MAX software fix ready as scrutiny of FAA certification process expands

Boeing is finalizing the proposed software update for its 737 MAX flight control system and is giving details to airlines and regulators this week. Meanwhile, the U.S. DOT announced an expert "special committee" to review the entire FAA procedure for certifying new aircraft.

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