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we mourn this loss of life and we're gonna do everything that we can do to ensure that accidents like these never happen again that's a Boeing B. P. Mike Senate announcing the fix for the software glitch believe to be the cause of two deadly crashes of the seven thirty seven MAX plane in five months the upgrade unveiled Wednesday will prevent the planes anti stall system from automatically pushing the nose of the plane lower once the pilot indicates that's not the direction the plane should be heading that's not the only change to air flow sensors will now be used and if they don't agree the automated system will switch off given the pilot more control of the plane , and pilots will be given extra computer based training we're working with , eyelids and %HESITATION industry officials we have two hundred of them today and our rental facility and will be spending time with them today to explain the updates that were making to the seven three seven Max , to get their input and to earn their their trust Boeing has been under intense scrutiny since the crash of an Ethiopian airlines flight in March and the line err flight in October resulted in nearly three hundred fifty deaths enforce global regulators to ground the entire fleet investigators told Reuters they found quote similarities between the crashes but an official cause has yet to be determined in either crash shares of Boeing rallied Wednesday on hope the upgrade will restore faith in the seven thirty seven Max that aircraft had been so successful there was an order backlog worth half a trillion dollars waiting to be filled by Boeing now has to win over safety regulators around the world the Federal Aviation Administration Wednesday said it has not granted approval for the upgrade until that changes the seven thirty seven Max will remain grounded