Boeing’s troubled 737 Max is a step closer to flying again after regulators provisionally approved an update to software linked to 2 crashes

Boeing’s 737 Max planes just took a big step towards being allowed to return to the skies. A Federal Aviation Administration panel said the software update for the plane and its plans for training pilots to fly in the aircraft is “operationally suitable.” Boeing was under pressure to fix the planes’ automated MCAS anti-stall software system, which was found to have misfired in two fatal plane crashes. The planes are grounded around the world, and will remain so until the FAA formally approves the new software and pilot training. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories.

The Federal Aviation Administration just

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