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Would you fly in a 737 right now ?...
I wouldn't, and I wouldn't want a family member to either. Of the 300 planes in service 2 have crashed and killed every person aboard in just a few months. It seems clear the computer override system is causing planes to drop altitude at a time pilots are trying to climb after taking off. This tug of war between pilots and computers has to be corrected before I'd even consider getting aboard a 737.
I think Boeing is making a huge mistake in not grounding the entire fleet.