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In a reversal, Boeing calls for 737 MAX training

Boeing CEO in 737 MAX cockpit
Two Boeing test pilots check out a 737 MAX plane with updated flight control software in April 2019 while then-CEO Dennis Muilenburg watches from behind. Muilenburg was forced out of his corporate role last month due to his handling of the 737 MAX controversy. (Boeing Photo / Paul Weatherman)

Months after two accidents forced the worldwide grounding of 737 MAX passenger jets, Boeing is now recommending that pilots go through new rounds of MAX simulator training before the planes return to service.

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By Alan Boyle

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