Boeing May Have Software Problems Beyond the 737 Max

Source: Travel News

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Aircraft throttle on a Boeing 737 Max. Dimas Ardian / Bloomberg

Skift Take: The software system that caused two 737 Max crashes — MCAS — is well-known by now, and a fix is said to be under way. But Boeing may have even larger problems on its hands if reports of additional software problems on its next generation jets are verified.

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Boeing May Have Software Problems Beyond the 737 Max