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as the voice and data recorders from the second disaster involving a Boeing seven thirty seven MAX Jan five months arrived Thursday in France safety investigators from the US are flying over the probe centers on what sent the Ethiopian airlines flight crashing back to the ground shortly after take off and if there are any similarities with last year's crash of a line air flight in Indonesia there's now a worldwide ban on the aircraft until it is deemed safe enough to go back in the air president trump said he hoped it won't take long for Boeing to fix the problem well I hope it's going to be for a short period of time and I hope it's %HESITATION look they have to find out what is the biggest thing is that the find out what it is I'm not sure that they know but trump's hope could be optimistic Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration have to agree on the software fix and that's just the first step is Reuters correspondent David Schippers since then it has to be tested , and then training procedures have to be rolled out it has to be actually implemented across the fleet so at a minimum just finalizing the the software upgrade will take weeks lawmakers told us today that it would not be %HESITATION on all planes until at least the end of April potentially longer yesterday the FAA administrator said that software %HESITATION %HESITATION upgrade could take a couple of months in the meantime Boeing will keep making its best seller but airlines are unlikely to accept or pay for it if it's still grounded analysts estimate that could cause blowing up to two and a half billion dollars a month in the late payments and that doesn't include any reimbursement to airlines for flight disruptions investors are bracing for legal and financial headaches wiping out twenty five billion dollars in stock market value since the accident what the human toll of this tragedy can't be overlooked as more relatives reach the site of the Ethiopian crash Thursday , seeds of uncontrollable grief and frustration over how long it will take to identify victims a crash so severe the remains of the one hundred fifty seven on board are just chart fragments full identification could take weeks or months leaving relatives to wonder how long before they can bury their dead