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the Ethiopian airlines disaster hasn't stopped the company from keeping close ties with Boeing even though major questions remain over the safety of the manufacturers seven thirty seven Max planes that's according to the Ethiopian airlines CEO who announced on Monday that the Kerrier will also continue to work closely with Boeing into investigating the crash prior reports had suggested the probe was under strain because the Ethiopian authorities were not sharing information with international partners Qatar Airways also threw its support behind Boeing on Monday it says it has full confidence in the company's ability to resolve any technical issue it comes as a later this week Boeing is set to brief more than two hundred global airline pilots technical leaders and regulators on software and training updates for at seven thirty seven MAX aircraft it's a sign the US airplane maker is nearing completion on a plan software patch required to return the grounded fleet to commercial service though it will still need approval from regulators investigators have pointed to quotes clear similarities between the Ethiopian airlines crash and the Indonesian lie in their disaster back in October where a software glitch is believed to be responsible nearly three hundred fifty people were killed in both incidents