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Damning watchdog report says Boeing shielded key 737 Max details from FAA

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Damning watchdog report says Boeing shielded key 737 Max details from FAA(CNN)Boeing shielded from federal regulators reviewing its 737 Max aircraft the extent and capability of the flawed computer system that ultimately brought down two jets, according to an inspector general report obtained by CNN. The report also faults the Federal Aviation Administration for poor communication and notes it handed over the vast majority -- 87% -- of certification responsibility to Boeing. The report, which is expected to be released publicly Wednesday, includes previously undisclosed details about interactions between the agency and planemaker and conclusions about how the process failed. It comes as the FAA is conducting test flights this week of the revised 737 Max, which...
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Today the transportation department is excited to release its report on the crashes that grounded the Boring 737 Max Jets. The report says Boeing didn't give regulators proper documents about changes made to the Max Jets before it took flight.

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