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Southwest Airlines Co.’s pilots union stepped up its criticism of Boeing Co., saying the plane-maker may be trying to rush the return to service of its grounded 737 Max.

In a message to members, the head of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association said Boeing should never be given the benefit of the doubt again and criticized the manufacturer’s “arrogance” over the development and certification of the Max. Union president Jon Weaks also threw his support behind Southwest’s decision to consider flying planes made by a company other than Boeing.

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