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ensuring safe and reliable travel on our airplanes is it in during value and are absolute commitment to everyone facing the biggest crisis of his tenure Boeing CEO Dennis Moeller Burke on Tuesday took his first public steps to try to restore confidence after the second deadly crash of a Boeing seven thirty seven Max in five months the pressure mounting as investigators looking at data from the black boxes of last week's doomed Ethiopian airlines flight told Reuters there are quote clear similarities with the Indonesian line air flight in October which both went down minutes after take off pilots on both flights reported problems with flight control a software glitch is being blamed as the likely cause mall in Burke said a fix has been in the works since the first crash soon will release a software update for the seven thirty seven Max that will address concerns discovered in the aftermath of the line your flight six ten accident we've been working in full cooperation with the U. S. Federal Aviation Administration the department of transportation and the national transportation safety board on all issues relating to both the line there and the Ethiopian airlines accidents governments have grounded all of the Max jets worldwide and some carriers are not in a rush to put them back in the air Air Canada says no matter how quick the upgrade it's keeping the plane grounded at least until July first but Boeing is not alone in feeling the heat in a rare occurrence the Federal Aviation Administration is being investigated sources confirm questions are now being asked about the F. A. eight and white certified the seven thirty seven Max in the first place says rotors Washington correspondent David Shepard state has the F. A. %HESITATION done enough to adequately ensure that %HESITATION new aircraft , are being certified properly in part because the real much of the rest the world simply %HESITATION %HESITATION adopts the U. S. certification so this is definitely going to prompt a big look around the world and by by Congress at this issue at the same time the investigation into the Ethiopian airlines crash continues