A Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft sits at a boarding gate at LaGuardia Airport in New York in early March [Frank Franklin II/AP]

Embattled aviation giant Boeing pledged to do all it can to prevent crashes such as the two that killed nearly 350 people in recent months as it unveiled a fix to the flight software of its grounded 737 Max aircraft.

Boeing gathered hundreds of pilots and reporters to unveil the changes to a stall-prevention system, which has been implicated in the crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia, as part of a charm offensive to restore the company’s reputation.

“We are going to do everything to make sure that accidents like this don’t happen again,” Mike Sinnett, Boeing’s vice president of product

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