FAA plans to test Boeing MAX software on less-experienced pilots: sources

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration plans to test next month how pilots with around one year of experience flying Boeing 737 jets handle new software on the MAX model, four sources with knowledge of the matter said.
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