Boeing has yet to regain my trust -- the faulty MCAS software, inadequate pilot training, the delay in apologizing to the victims. Now there's the possibility of exposed fuel panels? Imagine lightening strike an exposed fuel tank with the immense force of air thousands of feet (meters) in the sky. No! I'll pay a few extra dollars for an Airbus.
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