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Crashed Jets Reportedly Lacked Key Safety Features

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"Boeing's CEO was at a loss for words when he got hammered over attempts to move lawsuits from 737 Max victims' relatives to Indonesia"

"Rep. Henry Johnson questioned Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg about the company's stated intention to try and move the cases from the first crash outside of the US to Indonesia — where the crash occurred — at a meeting of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Wednesday.

In response, Muilenburg said: "Congressman, I can't comment on that. I'm just not familiar with the details of that.""

"Peter DeFazio, the chair of the committee, later hammered Muilenburg, questioning how, as CEO of the company, he could not be aware of the company's legal strategy in dealing with the two 737 Max crashes, which killed 346 people."




 

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"Boeing Chairman David Calhoun told CNBC that Muilenburg made the suggestion to him on Saturday morning. The call was made "with the purpose of suggesting that he not take any compensation for 2019 in the form of bonuses, which of course is most of your compensation [as a chief executive]," Calhoun told the network."

"However, Boeing had recently told employees in an internal message
that the company would not pay any bonuses for 2019."



Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said to decline his 2019 bonus https://www.cbsnews.com/news/boeing...eclines-his-2019-bonus-after-737-max-crashes/


Now this is funny....
 

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"FAA says it again: Boeing’s 737 Max is not ready for certification"




Boeing appears to reject its new normal....
 

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Dropping like flies....
 

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"In a presentation given to stakeholders last week in Seattle, Boeing announced it is not recommending new or additional simulator training for pilots before the grounded 737 Max flies again, according to documents obtained by CBS News. Instead, Boeing, pending Federal Aviation Administration approval, plans to provide airlines with "mandatory computer-based training modules" and other training materials."


 

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And another disgraced exec retires to Fantasy Island. :leeann:
 
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