A Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft on the tarmac at Boeing’s factory in Renton, Washington state on March 12, 2019. Photo: AFPA Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft on the tarmac at Boeing’s factory in Renton, Washington state on March 12, 2019. Photo: AFP
A Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft on the tarmac at Boeing’s factory in Renton, Washington state on March 12, 2019. Photo: AFP

Boeing says it needs more time to upgrade its software to make the stall-prevention system in 737 MAX aircraft less aggressive

  • The software upgrade is needed to make the stall-prevention system in Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft less aggressive
  • Two of the new aircraft have crashed within five months of each other, with 346 lives lost

Topic |   Boeing
A Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft on the tarmac at Boeing’s factory in Renton, Washington state on March 12, 2019. Photo: AFPA Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft on the tarmac at Boeing’s factory in Renton, Washington state on March 12, 2019. Photo: AFP
A Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft on the tarmac at Boeing’s factory in Renton, Washington state on March 12, 2019. Photo: AFP
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