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BRIEF-Boeing - Completed Development Of Updated Software For 737 Max

Reuters | Updated: 17-05-2019 16:01 IST | Created: 17-05-2019 16:01 IST
BRIEF-Boeing - Completed Development Of Updated Software For 737 Max
Boeing Co: * BOEING - BOEING STATEMENT ON 737 MAX CERTIFICATION AND RETURN TO SERVICE

* BOEING - HAS COMPLETED DEVELOPMENT OF UPDATED SOFTWARE FOR 737 MAX, ALONG WITH ASSOCIATED SIMULATOR TESTING AND THE COMPANY’S ENGINEERING TEST FLIGHT * BOEING - NOW PROVIDING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TO ADDRESS FAA REQUESTS THAT INCLUDE DETAIL ON HOW PILOTS INTERACT WITH THE AIRPLANE CONTROLS

* BOEING - DEVELOPED ENHANCED TRAINING AND EDUCATION MATERIALS THAT ARE NOW BEING REVIEWED WITH THE FAA, GLOBAL REGULATORS, AND AIRLINE CUSTOMERS * BOEING - ONCE FAA'S REQUESTS ARE ADDRESSED, WILL WORK WITH FAA TO SCHEDULE ITS CERTIFICATION TEST FLIGHT AND SUBMIT FINAL CERTIFICATION DOCUMENTATION

* BOEING -ALSO GIVING INFORMATION TO ADDRESS FAA REQUESTS INCLUDING DETAIL ON HOW PILOTS INTERACT WITH AIRPLANE DISPLAYS IN DIFFERENT FLIGHT SCENARIOS Source text for Eikon: https://bit.ly/2VraQQh Further company coverage:


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