If The Boeing 737 Max Returns To The Skies, Will You Fly On It? Tell Us NPR would like to hear from people who are considering whether to fly on Boeing's 737 Max if it gets approved by the FAA to return to operation.
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If The Boeing 737 Max Returns To The Skies, Will You Fly On It? Tell Us

Boeing 737 Max aircraft are seen March 27 at Renton Municipal Airport in Renton, Wash. Jenny Riffle for NPR hide caption

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Boeing 737 Max aircraft are seen March 27 at Renton Municipal Airport in Renton, Wash.

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Updated May 22

As news about the faulty flight control system on Boeing's 737 Max jets has unfolded, people have expressed doubts on social media and elsewhere about flying on the aircraft again — even if the FAA approves its return to operation after a software fix.

We'd like to hear from you, whether you don't trust the plane or Boeing or the FAA and will refuse to fly on the Max, if you're not worried about it at all, or if you're somewhere in between.

Please fill out the form to share your thoughts. NPR may contact you for an upcoming story.

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