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How to tell if you’re flying on a Boeing Max 737 – Boing Boing

I’m a nervous flyer to begin with, so the news that Boeing is putting its crash-prone Max 737 jet back into service fills me with Lovecraftian dread. I would rather…

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I’m a nervous flyer to begin with, so the news that Boeing is putting its crash-prone Max 737 jet back into service fills me with Lovecraftian dread.
I would rather ride a goddamn burro across the continental United States that get on one of those things. “Don’t worry, we updated the software.” There is no modern statement less reassuring.
But, how can you tell if you’ve been slated to fly on one?
As Jalopnik notes, Reuters reports that some airlines may stop using the “Max” name, so all you’ll…

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