Why Jim Cramer Says the Boeing 737 MAX Is Ready to Fly

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Boeing has ordered inspections of all of the undelivered 737 MAX planes after it found debris in the fuel tanks in some of the undelivered planes, which were being held in storage.

Around 400 planes will be inspected. The planes are stored in various locations.

However, Boeing has said that these inspections shouldn’t impact the MAX’s return to service.

Jim Cramer, when asked whether or not this was proof that the executives at Boeing were being more transparent, Cramer shook his head. 

"No," he said. "I think they're just better. They're better. They're not best. For [them to become] best, you need to get someone who understands aerospace and is an aerospace expert," said Cramer. 

Watch the full video above for more from Cramer. 

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