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Boeing discloses 'disturbing' messages on 737 Max, sacks CEO

MESSAGES among Boeing employees about the safety of the 737 Max jetliner presents a 'very disturbing picture', according to an aide to a congressional committee, reports Bloomberg

Boeing discloses 'disturbing' messages on 737 Max, sacks CEO

MESSAGES among Boeing employees about the safety of the 737 Max jetliner presents a 'very disturbing picture', according to an aide to a congressional committee, reports Bloomberg

28 December 2019 - 05:48

MESSAGES among Boeing employees about the safety of the 737 Max jetliner presents a 'very disturbing picture', according to an aide to a congressional committee, reports Bloomberg.

'The tone and content of some of these communications does not reflect the company we are and need to be,' said Boeing.



Documents turned over to the Federal Aviation Administration (F) surfaced on the same day as Boeing sacked its CEO Dennis Muilenburg earlier this week.



While the Congressional aide disclosed no details, some messages were written by the same pilot whose 2016 messages were released in October and were the subject of sharp questioning by lawmakers.



The staff of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee were reviewing the messages and didn't provide details either.



This follows a rare public rebuke by the F. Boeing said it would halt production of the 737 Max that has been grounded since March after two crashes killed 346 people in October 2018.


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