MCAS automatically forces the nose of the plane down to prevent stalling, and was introduced to compensate for the new position of engines on the 737 Max model.
Jet Airways did not state if it had been invited or not by the USA manufacturer.
"We hope that between now and the time when we are ready to acquire the new fleet, Boeing will have solved the current problem", he added. The manufacturer has plans to invite upwards of 200 pilots, regulators, and technicians to an informational session on the new system at its Washington state production facility.
As early as this week, Boeing is likely to start actual 737 MAX flight tests for the goal of certifying the new software.
Boeing has been working on the software fix since last November after it became clear that MCAS had been inadvertently triggered before the crash of Lion Air Flight 610 the previous month.
It remained unclear whether the software upgrade, called "design changes" by the FAA, will resolve concerns stemming from the ongoing investigation into the March 10 Ethiopian Airlines crash, which killed all 157 on board.
According to him, following the crash of a Lion Air B737 MAX 8, PK-LQP (msn 43000), in October a year ago in which all 189 onboard were killed, passengers have refused to board MAX 8-operated flights with the recent Ethiopian Airlines tragedy serving only to deepen that distrust.
Some airline pilots flew 737 simulators with the updated system software in Renton on Saturday.
Mr Tewolde's comments to The Wall Street Journal came the same day as the CEO issued a statement saying the carrier "believes in" Boeing despite the crash.
Until its worldwide grounding, many airlines using the MAX refused to refund passengers booked onto flights operated by the plane. Another change would reportedly limit the system's ability to kick in repeatedly.
Announcing the special committee Monday, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao said, "This review by leading outside experts will help determine if improvements can be made to the FAA aircraft certification process". So far, Garuda Indonesia has said it plans to scrap a $4.9 billion order for 49 planes, but no other major Max customers - of which Southwest Airlines, with 249 orders, is the biggest - have indicated they plan to cancel. People holding passports from 32 countries and the United Nations were on board the plane which ploughed into a field just 60 kilometres (37 miles) southeast of Addis Ababa, the carrier's CEO Tewolde GebreMariam told journalists in the capital, lamenting this "very sad and tragic day".
The update will also ensure MCAS is not triggered multiple times, as it was in the Lion Air crash.
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