After being pressed by three different lawmakers, FAA chief Stephen Dickson finally admitted that the government agency made a mistake by not taking immediate action to prevent additional crashes of Boeing's 737 MAX planes after the fatal crash of a Lyon Air aircraft in October of 2018..
In a hearing Wednesday, U.S. lawmakers said the FAA should have done more to prevent the crash of a second Boeing 737 MAX after an internal analysis of a prior crash suggested a serious risk for more..
The head of the U.S. FAA told Boeing Co's chief executive on Thursday the U.S. planemaker should focus on the quality and timeliness of data submittals for FAA... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •Seattle Times
WASHINGTON (AP) — Two top Boeing executives met Thursday with Federal Aviation Administration chief Stephen Dickson amid signs of further delays in the return... SeattlePI.com Also reported by •bizjournals
Safety regulators want to fine Boeing nearly $4 million, saying that the company installed critical wing parts on 133 planes even though it knew the parts were... SeattlePI.com Also reported by •bizjournals •NPR •Seattle Times •Reuters