Trump Thinks "Rebrand" Can Fix Deadly Boeing 737 MAX

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President Trump thinks Boeing should just add a few “great features” and rebrand the struggling Boeing 737 MAX.
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"U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday urged Boeing Co to fix and “rebrand” its 737 MAX jetliner following two fatal crashes, while the planemaker said it was brainstorming with airlines over other ways to win back public trust.
Pilots will play a pivotal role in that process, a Boeing spokesman told Reuters.
“Pilots’ confidence in the aircraft will lead passengers and crew to have greater confidence in the aircraft,” said Gordon Johndroe, vice president for communications at Boeing.
A person familiar with Boeing’s public trust campaign said they did not believe the company was contemplating renaming the MAX, noting that aircraft renaming is a large undertaking that goes far beyond just a new paint job."
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