Fatal flaws in the Boeing 737 Max have been addressed and the plane is now safe to fly, U.S. aviation regulators contend. Yet for many airline travelers, a central question remains: Do I feel safe flying in a plane that crashed twice, killing 346 people?
"There's no way I'm flying it, period," said Jon Bonne, a New York-based food and wine writer. "No one in commercial aviation scraps a bad airplane and just starts over. So we're stuck with the Max."..