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Panel's scathing report blasts Boeing and FAA for crashes, seeks reforms

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Panel's scathing report blasts Boeing and FAA for crashes, seeks reformsA House committee issued a scathing report today questioning whether Boeing and government regulators have recognised the problems that caused two deadly 737 Max jet crashes and whether either will be willing to make significant changes...
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News video: Lawmakers blame Boeing, FAA for 737 MAX failures

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Two Boeing 737 MAX crashes that killed all 346 passengers and crew aboard were the "horrific culmination" of failures by the planemaker and the Federal Aviation Administration, a U.S. House panel concluded after an 18-month investigation. Fred Katayama reports.

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US investigation faults Boeing, FAA for 737 Max crashes [Video]

US investigation faults Boeing, FAA for 737 Max crashes

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New Report Gives 'Disturbing Revelations' About Boeing 737 Max Crashes [Video]

New Report Gives 'Disturbing Revelations' About Boeing 737 Max Crashes

On Wednesday, the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee released a 245-page report about the deadly Boeing MAX jet crashes. The two plane crashes in 2018 and 2019 weren’t a result of one single issue. They were caused by the failures of Boeing staff, Boeing management, and the Federal Aviation Administration. "A series of faulty technical assumptions by Boeing’s engineers, a lack of transparency on the part of Boeing’s management, and grossly insufficient oversight by the FAA.

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