Southwest says sending teams to review Boeing’s 737 MAX upgrade

FILE Impression: Southwest Airways Co. Boeing 737 MAX eight plane sit subsequent to the servicing place pursuing landing at Midway World-wide Airport in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Kamil Kraczynski/File Impression

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Southwest Airways Co is sending authorities from its technological pilot and schooling teams to consider documentation and schooling associated with Boeing Co’s up to date velocity trim technique on its 737 MAX plane, a spokeswoman advised Reuters on Friday.

Southwest, the premier operator of 737 MAX in the world, is also setting up to park its 34 MAX jets at a facility in Victorville, California, although a planet-broad grounding stays in place pursuing two lethal crashes of the new Boeing jets in 5 months.

The crashes involving an Indonesian Lion Air plane on Oct. 29 and an Ethiopian Airways plane on March 10 killed 346 individuals.

Reporting by Tracy Rucinski

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