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American Airlines CEO Says He'll Feel Safe On A Boeing 737 Max Only When This Happens

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Published 2 weeks ago - Duration: 00:44s

American Airlines CEO Says He'll Feel Safe On A Boeing 737 Max Only When This Happens

On March 13th, the US Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order, grounding the all Boeing 737 Max airliners in America.

The move came in the wake of two crashes of those aircraft in four months.

Long-time American Airlines CEO Doug Parker told Business Insider that he will only feel safe in the 737 Max when his own pilots feel safe.

He explained, "If an American Airlines pilot is comfortable flying that airplane, we all can know with 100% certainty that airplane is safe--because we have the best-trained pilots in the world." Parker added, "It's not just American, that's true at all the US carriers."

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