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European regulator says Boeing 737 Max is safe to fly again – Business Insider – Business Insider

American Airlines just announced plans to fly 737 Max planes between Miami and New York later this year, contingent on FAA approval.

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Boeing’s 737 Max, an update to the 737 first announced in 2011, has been grounded since March 2019. Two crashes, during which pilots struggled to control the plane, resulted in the death of a combined 346 people and led to questions about the plane’s design and features.
Since grounding the plane, Boeing has been working on a complete redesign of the plane’s flight software.
On Friday, Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, told Bloomberg that he’s satisfi…

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American Airlines plans customer tours of Boeing 737 Max and pilot calls to boost confidence in jets – CNBC

American Airlines is planning to give customers a chance to view the Boeing 737 Max before it flies commercially

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American Airlines is planning customer tours of the Boeing 737 Max and calls with its pilots in the coming weeks to boost the public’s confidence in the plane after two fatal crashes.
The jets were grounded worldwide more than a year and a half ago after the two crashes Lion Air Flight 610 in October 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in March 2019. All 346 people on board the flights were killed.
Following repeated setbacks, the Federal Aviation Administration is at the tail-end of its recertification…

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Tesla is collecting insane amount of data from its Full Self-Driving test fleet – Electrek

Tesla is already collecting large amounts of data from the vehicles owners in its Full Self-Driving beta test fleet. It is already releasing a new update improving…

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Tesla is already collecting large amounts of data from the vehicles owners in its Full Self-Driving beta test fleet.
It is already releasing a new update improving on the release earlier this week.
Connectivity has been a flagship feature of Tesla’s offering in the auto industry.
It not only enables several fun and useful features for customers, but Tesla has also been using the connectivity to collect data from the fleet and improve features – mainly Autopilot.
When releasing an Autopilot update…

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Home tests could help in the fight against the coronavirus. So where are they? – The Washington Post

Companies racing to bring the tests to the wider U.S. market must make them more accurate and easier to use before they can meet federal guidelines that would allow…

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Although no single test will end the pandemic in the United States, experts say the ability for people to take a test at home and know within minutes whether theyre infected could be an important component in stanching the spread of the virus.
Such a test could be taken several days ahead of a visit with grandparents, for example. Or before heading into work. And if a local outbreak occurs, officials could hand out hundreds of at-home rapid tests to find and stop viral transmission.
Trump administration’s…

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