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Sunday, 22 May 2022 12:48 GMT

Boeing enhances efforts to get back on track


(MENAFN) One year after Boeing’s crashed 737 Max got back to work, as it experienced the biggest grounding in the history of aviation, most of the industry believes that the airplane is safe and secure as any other plane.

Aviation safety consultant and NBC News analyst John Cox, reported in a meeting with CNBC’s “American Greed,” “The question I get asked most frequently is, ‘Would you get on a Max?’ And the answer to that is yes, without question, and I would put my family on one.”

The big question is will Boeing be able to evade the severity of faults, shortcuts and management deficits which resulted in the death of 346 persons in two 737 Max smashes in 2018 and 2019 — the plane’s flight-control system was blamed for it.

U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Peter DeFazio, D-Oregon, mentioned in a meeting, “I had hoped that this would be a major reckoning.” He added, “They would bring in someone new and they would say, ‘No, we’re going to go back to being what we were — the best aerospace engineering company in the world, and we’re not going to watch the daily stock price.’ But that didn’t happen.” 

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