Boeing’s 737 Max jets may return to service with fixes to software

Sources tell ABC News the FAA will announce the planes are safe to fly. The jets were grounded for 20 months following two deadly crashes.
0:21 | 11/18/20

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Next tonight here, Boeing's fleet of 737 max jets may soon be cleared for takeoff. Sources telling ABC news that the FAA will announce tomorrow that the fleet is safe to fly and can return to service. The jets grounded for 20 months following two deadly crashes overseas. Boeing making changes to the cockpit software blamed for both crashes. American airlines already scheduling the planes to fly next month.

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