Boeing CEO: 737 Max will be our safest jet

Boeing's boss assures investors 737 Max will be back soon after two crashes within months forced airlines to ground it.

    Boeing has held its first annual shareholders' meeting since two of its 737 Max aircraft crashed within five months, killing nearly 350 people in total.

    The company hopes to reintroduce the model with improvements next month.

    It insists the plane will be one of the safest ever to fly, but not everyone is comfortable with Boeing's response.

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Chicago.


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