WASHINGTON—Boeing Commercial Aircraft’s top salesman asserted Mar. 21 that changes to the 737 MAX related to the crash of Lion Air Flight 610 will be approved by U.S. authorities in April, reiterating that safety continues to be the core mission of the embattled manufacturer. “We’re in the process of working with the regulatory authority on a software and training enhancement for the 737 MAX,” Boeing Commercial Aircraft VP of marketing Randy Tinseth told the ...

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