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Boeing loses trust after 737 crash

A cockpit recorder of MU5735 has been found, its data seems to be undamaged. The flight data recorder is still missing.

It could have been a great week in China for Boeing. As Reuters reported, a Boeing 737 Max headed from Boeing’s headquarters in Seattle to the People’s Republic last Monday. There, according to a source, the plane was scheduled to first land at Boeing’s Chinese delivery center and later be handed over to Shanghai Airlines, a subsidiary of China Eastern. But the plane is currently still waiting in Hawaii.

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