Associated Press Boeing held a meeting last week for pilots, flight attendants, union and airline officials, and analysts, hoping to reassure them about the 737 Max. Business Insider spoke with attendees who described the meeting as "transparent," "humbling," and productive. The head of Airlines/' title='American Airlines News'>American Airlines' flight attendants' union, who previously said she and her members would refuse to work on the plane if it was not safe, said she felt Boei...

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