CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago-based Boeing’s 737 Max airplane is returning to the skies. The Federal Aviation Administration grounded the plane following two fatal crashes just months apart. The grounding has lost Boeing roughly $20 billion. But for those who lost loved ones in the crashes, the move is premature. CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar talked with some of them on Wednesday. U.S. Army Capt. Antoine Lewis from south suburban Matteson was one of 346 people killed in two crashes involving the 737 Max. “What if it goes down again?” said...Full Article
Families Of Boeing 737 Max Crash Victims Say It’s Premature To Let Plane Fly Again
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