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From left, Tor Stumo, Michael Stumo ...
Data da imagem: 05/08/2019
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From left, Tor Stumo, Michael Stumo and Nadia Milleron, family of Samya Stumo, was died in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, outside their home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. (David ...

Data da imagem: 05/08/2019

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From left, Tor Stumo, Michael Stumo and Nadia Milleron, family of Samya Stumo, was died in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, outside their home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. (David Steinberg/The New York Times)

Crédito: David Steinberg/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

From left, Tor Stumo, Michael Stumo and Nadia Milleron, family of Samya Stumo, was died in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, outside their home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. A group of family members representing more than 50 people who died in the crash are calling on the Federal Aviation Administration to conduct a full regulatory review of Boeing?s 737 Max before it is allowed to fly again. (David Steinberg/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Data da imagem: 05/08/2019
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From left: Michael Stumo, Tor Stumo and Nadia Milleron, family of Samya Stumo, was died in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, outside their home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. (David ...

Data da imagem: 05/08/2019

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From left: Michael Stumo, Tor Stumo and Nadia Milleron, family of Samya Stumo, was died in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, outside their home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. (David Steinberg/The New York Times)

Crédito: David Steinberg/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

From left: Michael Stumo, Tor Stumo and Nadia Milleron, family of Samya Stumo, was died in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, outside their home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. A group of family members representing more than 50 people who died in the crash are calling on the Federal Aviation Administration to conduct a full regulatory review of Boeing?s 737 Max before it is allowed to fly again. (David Steinberg/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Data da imagem: 05/08/2019
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A family photo of Samya Stumo, center, who was killed in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, at her family's home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. (David Steinberg/The New York Times)

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A family photo of Samya Stumo, center, who was killed in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, at her family's home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. (David Steinberg/The New York Times)

Crédito: David Steinberg/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A family photo of Samya Stumo, center, who was killed in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, at her family's home in Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 5, 2019. A group of family members representing more than 50 people who died in the crash are calling on the Federal Aviation Administration to conduct a full regulatory review of Boeing?s 737 Max before it is allowed to fly again. (David Steinberg/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Boeing's 737 Max 8 planes are worked ...
Data da imagem: 29/05/2019
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Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Boeing's 737 Max 8 planes are worked on at the Renton Municipal Airport in Renton, Wash.

Data da imagem: 29/05/2019

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Boeing's 737 Max 8 planes are worked on at the Renton Municipal Airport in Renton, Wash.

Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

FILE -- Boeing's 737 Max 8 planes are worked on at the Renton Municipal Airport in Renton, Wash., May 29, 2019. The Federal Aviation Administration said in June 2019 that it had recently discovered a new problem with the 737 Max jet that Boeing must correct before the plane is returned to service. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Boeing 737 Max airplanes parked at the ...
Data da imagem: 15/05/2019
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Crédito: Lindsey Wasson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Boeing 737 Max airplanes parked at the Renton Municipal Airport near Boeing's factory in Renton, Wash.

Data da imagem: 15/05/2019

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Boeing 737 Max airplanes parked at the Renton Municipal Airport near Boeing's factory in Renton, Wash.

Crédito: Lindsey Wasson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Boeing 737 Max airplanes parked at the Renton Municipal Airport near Boeing's factory in Renton, Wash., May 15, 2019. Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration want global consensus to get the 737 Max flying again, but they may have to wait awhile. (Lindsey Wasson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Data da imagem: 15/05/2019
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Two employees work inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

Data da imagem: 15/05/2019

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Two employees work inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash.

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Two employees work inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max airplane at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash., May 15, 2019. Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration want global consensus to get the 737 Max flying again, but they may have to wait awhile. (Lindsey Wasson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Data da imagem: 29/04/2019
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Crédito: Jim Young/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing’s chief executive, during a news conference after the company's shareholder meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago.

Data da imagem: 29/04/2019

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Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing’s chief executive, during a news conference after the company's shareholder meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago.

Crédito: Jim Young/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing?s chief executive, during a news conference after the company's shareholder meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago, on Monday, April 29, 2019. In his first major public address since the grounding of the 737 Max fleet, shareholders pressed Muilenburg about the company?s credibility and its safety procedures following two fatal crashes involving the brand-new jet. (Jim Young/Pool via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. --

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Data da imagem: 29/04/2019
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Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing’s chief executive, during a news conference after the company's shareholder meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago.

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Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing’s chief executive, during a news conference after the company's shareholder meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago.

Crédito: Joshua Lott/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing?s chief executive, during a news conference after the company's shareholder meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago, on Monday, April 29, 2019. In his first major public address since the grounding of the 737 Max fleet, shareholders pressed Muilenburg about the company?s credibility and its safety procedures following two fatal crashes involving the brand-new jet. (Joshua Lott/Pool via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. --

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Rich Mester, a former Boeing ...
Data da imagem: 18/04/2019
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Crédito: Swikar Patel/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Rich Mester, a former Boeing technician who reviewed planes before delivery, on Johns Island, S.C.

Data da imagem: 18/04/2019

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Rich Mester, a former Boeing technician who reviewed planes before delivery, on Johns Island, S.C.

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Rich Mester, a former Boeing technician who reviewed planes before delivery, on Johns Island, S.C., on April 18, 2019. Workers at a 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations. Mester described a losing battle with debris: ?I?ve found tubes of sealant, nuts, stuff from the build process.? (Swikar Patel/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A 737 Max taking off at the airport ...
Data da imagem: 11/04/2019
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Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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A 737 Max taking off at the airport next to Boeing's plant in Renton, Wash.

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A 737 Max taking off at the airport next to Boeing's plant in Renton, Wash.

Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

FILE -- A 737 Max taking off at the airport next to Boeing's plant in Renton, Wash., April 11, 2019. Boeing?s chief executive said on June 16 that the company made a ?mistake? in how it handled a cockpit warning light on the 737 Max while addressing reporters on the eve of the Paris Air Show. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A Boeing 737 MAX in Renton, Wash.
Data da imagem: 11/04/2019
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A Boeing 737 MAX in Renton, Wash.

Data da imagem: 11/04/2019

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A Boeing 737 MAX in Renton, Wash.

Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

FILE -- A Boeing 737 MAX at the municipal airport next to the plane manufacturer?s plant in Renton, Wash., April 11, 2019. After a bungled response to two deadly crashes involving the jet, Boeing's recent efforts to restore its reputation and credibility among flight personnel, passengers and airlines has met resistance. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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A Boeing 737 Max 8 plane at the Renton ...
Data da imagem: 10/04/2019
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A Boeing 737 Max 8 plane at the Renton Municipal Airport, next to the Boeing plant in Renton, Wash.

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A Boeing 737 Max 8 plane at the Renton Municipal Airport, next to the Boeing plant in Renton, Wash.

Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

FILE -- A Boeing 737 Max 8 plane at the Renton Municipal Airport, next to the Boeing plant in Renton, Wash., April 11, 2019. A charm offensive by Boeing to persuade airlines, crews and passengers to rally behind its 737 Max plane is already running into resistance. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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John Barnett, a former Boeing quality ...
Data da imagem: 06/04/2019
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John Barnett, a former Boeing quality manager, at his home in Goose Creek, S.C.

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John Barnett, a former Boeing quality manager, at his home in Goose Creek, S.C.

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John Barnett, a former Boeing quality manager, at his home in Goose Creek, S.C., on April 6, 2019. Workers at a 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations. Barnett said bosses had refused his repeated efforts to deal with production issues. He has filed a whistle-blower complaint. (Swikar Patel/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Cynthia Kitchens, a former quality ...
Data da imagem: 06/04/2019
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Cynthia Kitchens, a former quality manager at Boeing, in Charlestown, S.C.

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Cynthia Kitchens, a former quality manager at Boeing, in Charlestown, S.C.

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Cynthia Kitchens, a former quality manager at Boeing, in Charlestown, S.C., on April 6, 2019. Workers at a 787 Dreamliner plant in South Carolina have complained of defective manufacturing, debris left on planes and pressure to not report violations. Kitchens said her superiors penalized her in performance reviews after she flagged wire bundles rife with metal shavings and defective metal parts that had been installed on planes. (Swikar Patel/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Trump administration officials testify ...
Data da imagem: 27/03/2019
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Trump administration officials testify at a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation hearing on airline safety.

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Trump administration officials testify at a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation hearing on airline safety.

Crédito: Erin Schaff/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

From left: Daniel Elwell, the acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration; Robert Sumwalt, chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board; and Calvin Scovel, the Department of Transportation?s inspector general, testify at a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation hearing on airline safety, on Capitol Hill in Washington, March 27, 2019. Boeing executives are meeting with about 200 pilots, airline executives and regulators in Renton to review proposed changes to the 737 Max plane. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Data da imagem: 27/03/2019
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An employee at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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An employee at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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An employee at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Boeing executives are meeting with about 200 pilots, airline executives and regulators in Renton to review proposed changes to the 737 Max plane. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Employees at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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Employees at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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Employees at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Boeing executives are meeting with about 200 pilots, airline executives and regulators in Renton to review proposed changes to the 737 Max plane. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Data da imagem: 27/03/2019
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Employees at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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Employees at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Employees at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Boeing executives are meeting with about 200 pilots, airline executives and regulators in Renton to review proposed changes to the 737 Max plane. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Boeing 737 Max 8 planes on the ...
Data da imagem: 27/03/2019
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Boeing 737 Max 8 planes on the assembly line at the company's plant in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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Boeing 737 Max 8 planes on the assembly line at the company's plant in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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Boeing 737 Max 8 planes on the assembly line at the company's plant in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Boeing executives are meeting with about 200 pilots, airline executives and regulators in Renton to review proposed changes to the 737 Max plane. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Employees on the factory floor at the ...
Data da imagem: 27/03/2019
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Employees on the factory floor at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

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Employees on the factory floor at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

Crédito: Ruth Fremson/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Employees on the factory floor at the Boeing plant where the 737 Max 8 is assembled in Renton, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Boeing executives are meeting with about 200 pilots, airline executives and regulators in Renton to review proposed changes to the 737 Max plane. (Ruth Fremson/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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