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"Boeing is a step closer to getting grounded jets back into the air. The company says it's completed a software update for seven thirty seven max jets, which have been grounded since March, after they were involved in two fatal crashes a spokesman says the FAA foreign regulators and airlines are now reviewing their plan for additional pilot training in the crashes, in Indonesia, and if the opium an automated system, turn, the noses of the planes, down in response to faulty readings from a single sensor, and the pilots were unable to regain control. It's unclear when the seven thirty seven max aircr. Craft will return to service, but US airlines have said they hoped the jet will fly this"