Boeing CEO Admits Design Issues With 737 MAX As Another Critical Internal Email Is Made PublicThe House Transportation Committee has been investigating two Boeing crashes, which together killed 346 people, and is also scrutinizing the Federal Aviation Administration's procedures for certifying aircraft.
Boeing CEO Admits Mistakes In 737 Max Design; Sen. Jon Tester Says 'I Would Walk Before I Would Get On A 737 Max""We cannot have a race for commercial airplanes become a race to the bottom when it comes to safety," Sen. Maria Cantwell, the committee's top Democrat, said.
Boeing CEO To Congress: 'We Understand And Deserve This Scrutiny'"I want to answer all of your questions and convey to the world that we are doing everything in our power to make our airplanes and our industry safer and prevent an accident like this from ever happening again," he told the Senate Commerce Committee.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg To Land In Congress' Hot Seat At Hearing On 737 Max FlawsWhen Boeing's CEO lands in the hot seat this week, members of Congress have pointed questions for him, such as: "How the hell did this happen?"
Boeing CEO To Testify Before House Committee On 737 MaxCongress, the Justice Department and the Transportation Department inspector general are investigating the Max and how it was certified for flight by the Federal Aviation Administration. Lawyers have filed dozens of lawsuits against Boeing.
Boeing CEO: 737 Max Could Face Phased In Approvals To Fly AgainAviation authorities from around the world may not immediately follow the FAA's lead whenever the US agency decides to allow the Boeing 737 Max to fly again, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said Wednesday.
Boeing Might Shut Down Production Of 737 Max If Jets Remain Grounded Much LongerBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg warned investors Wednesday that the company might need to further slow or temporarily halt its 737 Max production.
Boeing CEO Admits 'Mistake' In Communication About 737 Max Warning SystemBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said communication with regulators, customers, and the public was not consistent and “unacceptable.”
'We Are Taking Responsibility': Boeing CEO Apologizes After Deadly Crashes
Boeing Holds First Shareholders Meeting Since Deadly 737 Max CrashesBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will come face-to-face with shareholders on Monday, for the first time since two fatal crashes led to hundreds of deaths.