New Boeing 737 Max documents show 'very disturbing' employee concerns: U.S. House aide
Tuesday, 24 December 2019
Boeing Co documents now under review by a U.S. government committee appear to point to a "very disturbing" picture of commentary from the planemaker's employees over the grounded 737 MAX aircraft, a House of Representatives transportation infrastructure committee aide said on Tuesday.
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