Boeing In Hot Seat Again After FAA Internal Review Reveals High Risks For 737 Max

Boeing in the hot seat again today, after a new internal report showed that regulators knew of risks associated with the 737 Max but decided to let the planes keep flying anyway. Today, FAA Chief Steve Dickson testified before the house transportation committee about the Boeing 737 Max production and approval along with Ed Pierson, a former Boeing manager. We spoke to Peter Morris, Chief Economist at Ascend.
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