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Boeing is trying to reassure airlines and travelers over the safety of it seven three seven MAX eight jets , company officials have told Reuters the jet maker will fit a warning light on the planes it could alert pilots problems with the system suspected to be the coals all fatal crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia , the warning lights was previously an optional extra now it's expected to be fitted to pool Max jets as part of a software update , suspicion still focused on the new automated system dubbed them Cass meant to stop the plane flying too slowly it may have pushed the nose down off to wrongly decided the S. speed was dangerously low , experts portion it's too soon to be sure about the courses of the crashes , on Friday Indonesia's national airline Garuda also to cancel an order for forty nine MAX eight it says customers don't want to fly on the plane , Kerry just currently has just one of the jets and says it could switch to other Boeing models it's thought to be the first airline to publicly request a cancellation , a wave of similar requests would spell big trouble for the play maker the Max family is its top seller with around four thousand seven hundred on order that bankrolled worth about hall for a trillion dollars at list prices and even airlines that keep the jets could want compensation Norwegian airlines a major Max customer says it is already seeking recommends for disruption to its services