U.S. Senate Democrats introduce aviation safety bill after Boeing MAX crashes
Friday, 25 October 2019 Two Democrats on the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee on Thursday introduced legislation to mandate numerous aviation safety recommendations in the wake of two fatal Boeing 737 MAX crashes that killed 346 people and led to the plane's grounding in March.
The Federal Aviation Administration must work to restore “public confidence” in aircraft certification efforts. That's what the US Transportation Department's inspector general said Wednesday in a public report. According to Reuters, the inspector general's remarks came after two deadly Boeing...
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenberg was interrogated by lawmakers Tuesday over the company's grounded 737 MAX jet involved in two deadly plane crashes and accused of telling 'half-truths.' Conway G. Gittens..
Watch VideoBoeing's CEO sat in front of lawmakers Wednesday for a second day of testimony on his company's long, deadly and financially devastating 737 Max... Newsy Also reported by •WorldNews •SeattlePI.com