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Boeing refuses to cooperate with new inquiry into deadly 2009 crash

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Boeing refuses to cooperate with new inquiry into deadly 2009 crashWritten by Chris Hamby and Claire Moses Boeing and U.S. safety officials refused to cooperate on Thursday with a new inquiry by Dutch lawmakers into a deadly crash near Amsterdam in 2009 that had striking parallels with two more recent accidents involving the manufacturer’s 737 Max. Members of the Dutch parliament wanted to question the Boeing chief executive, David Calhoun, about the company’s possible influence over the original Dutch investigation of the crash, which killed nine people on a Turkish Airlines flight. The National Transportation Safety Board also refused lawmakers’ request to participate. The legislators initiated the review in the wake of a New York Times examination of...
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