US regulator failed to ground Boeing 737 Max despite risks
FAAâ€™s analysis showed aircraft was more accident-prone than others
Ed Pierson, a former senior manager on the 737 production line: 'Right
now all my internal warning bells are going off' Â© Bloomberg
Kiran Stacey in Washington DECEMBER 11 2019
The US aviation regulator failed to ground Boeingâ€™s fleet of 737 Max aircraft even after its own analysis showed it was far more
accident-prone than most aircraft.
A study commissioned by the Federal Aviation Administration following
the first of two fatal accidents involving the Max showed that the
aircraft was likely to crash much more than would normally be
expected, a congressional committee revealed on Wednesday.
The findings were revealed during the latest in a series of hearings
into the two accidents, which have caused one of the biggest crises in Boeingâ€™s history
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