Boeing drops request for 737 MAX 7 safety exemption amidst pressure

Boeing has dropped its request for a safety exemption for its 737 MAX 7 aircraft, following growing pressure from regulators and the public. The company’s decision to withdraw its bid for the safety waiver comes in the wake of heightened scrutiny following the 737 MAX 7’s involvement in two fatal crashes. This move is part of Boeing’s efforts to rebuild its reputation and restore confidence in its aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been …

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Pension Fund Challenge: New York State Moves to Oust Boeing Executives Over Safety Blunders

Albany, New York – The state of New York is taking action to remove three top executives from Boeing and block pay raises in response to a series of company disasters. State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, who oversees the pension fund, has announced plans to vote against proposals that would reward Boeing executives despite safety concerns related to the 737 Max 9 aircraft. DiNapoli criticized Boeing’s directors for their failure to properly oversee the company’s strategy, …

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Expanding Criminal Probe Into Boeing Panel Blowout Raises Concerns

Denver, Colorado – An ongoing criminal inquiry into the Boeing panel blowout incident has expanded, raising more questions about the safety and oversight within the aviation industry. The investigation now includes new details that shed light on the circumstances surrounding the issue. The probe comes after the Boeing CEO confirmed that there are no records identifying who worked on the door panel that detached from an Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9 mid-flight. This revelation has …

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Boeing CEO Unable to Provide Records on Panel that Blew off Jet: NTSB Chair Q&A

Washington, DC – The National Transportation Safety Board Chair, Jennifer Homendy, revealed on Wednesday that the agency is facing challenges in determining who worked on the panel that detached from a jetliner in January. Boeing’s CEO informed Homendy that the company does not possess records related to the job, complicating the NTSB’s ongoing investigation. Homendy expressed her concerns in a letter to a Senate committee investigating the incident involving a Boeing 737 Max 9 operated …

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Boeing employee death raises concerns over company’s quality control issues and oversight

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA – The recent death of a former Boeing employee in South Carolina has brought renewed attention to the aerospace company’s history of facing quality control issues, dating back to a settlement with the Federal Aviation Administration nearly a decade ago. Following fatal crashes in 2018 and 2019, whistleblowers raised concerns about safety risks due to relentless production schedules at Boeing plants. The incident involving an Alaska Airlines jet in January, caused by …

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