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Boeing has not received the okay for the software fix sports ground it's seven thirty seven Max but that didn't stop CEO Dennis Mullen Berg from trying to reassure the world Thursday the problem has been corrected the update will make the seven thirty seven MAX even safer by preventing a Roni is angle of attack sensor readings from triggering the maneuvering characteristics augmentation system or M. Cass something that initial investigation reports indicate occurred in both Max accidents as one link in a longer chain of events , we know we can break this chain like it's our responsibility to eliminate this risk the crash of an Ethiopian airlines flight March and align air flight in October following seven thirty seven MAX jets killed three hundred and forty six people combined that's resulted in more than three hundred of its planes grounded worldwide here in the US southwest American and United Airlines has cancelled flights at least to may forcing southwest an American to cut financial projections Mullen Burke told a leadership conference Boeing is taking steps to win back confidence pilots and leaders from sixty seven percent of our more than fifty Max customers and operators around the world have participated in simulator sessions that included the new software update overall our team is made ninety six flights totaling a little over a hundred fifty nine hours of air time with this updated software investors were encouraged by the update giving the stock about Thursday but the real test is winning over regulators the Federal Aviation Administration is holding a fact finding meeting Friday with US allies that fly the seven thirty seven Max and will later hold a joint review with regulators from around the world the F. A. A. has given no hint as to when it may let the plane fly again