When the FAA grounded all of the Boeing 737 Max airliners back in March, it seemed a bit overdue, but definitely looked like the right move. With two of them having crashed under very similar circumstances and pilots reporting dangerous anomalies during takeoff, it was too much of a risk to keep flying them. Since the problem had allegedly been narrowed down to a software issue, it also sounded like it could be cleared up quickly and get everyone back on schedule.

Turns out thatís not the case. They canít be too close to a resolution because Boeing just announced that they are suspending production of the craft after the end of the year.
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