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"Well, it's another damp day in New York City chance of showers slight chance of thunderstorms this morning. And then again this afternoon, those make produce gusty winds and heavy rainfall will have near steady temperatures today, not much budging where from where they are now which is about seventy degrees in central park. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm well king. Good morning. The Paris air show is underway outside of the French capital. It's the world's biggest aviation 'aeronautics fair. It's every two years normally it's a week of dealmaking and bragging, but this year, the atmosphere is low key after the deadly crashes of two Boeing planes, plus their attentions over security, and trade. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley has the story. Please. Some three hundred fifty thousand people are expected to visit the planes and high tech equipment on display this week and they began pouring in on Monday morning. That's when US planemaker Boeing launched its first press conference and got straight to the point. I'd like to start today with clearly what's front and center on all of our minds. The seven three seven max. I we are very sorry for the loss of lives as a result, the tragic accidents of both Ethiopian throat to and lion. Air six ten that's Kevin McAllister CEO of Boeing Commercial planes. He said safety is Boeing's top priority, and everything it does he said, the company is doing everything it can to get the max safely flying."