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Boeing's release of internal communications shows staff mocking the aircraft before two fatal crashes.
The plane manufacturer is struggling to win regulatory approval and the trust of customers.
It's decked out with his logo and a fancy interior.
The Boeing Max disasters have provided an immense wake up call to a complacent industry
157 people died in the tragedy.
Air Canada has already warned of negative financial implications.
The announcement was made just hours after Canada's decision to ban the 737 Max 8 and Max 9.
Canada has since banned the Max 8 and Max 9 from operating in Canada.
Operators around the world have temporarily stopped using the popular model.