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Victims’ Families to Attend Wednesday Congressional Hearing when FAA Head Testifies; Letters Already Sent to Dickson and Committee Head Asking Questions of the 737 Max8

About a dozen family members who lost loved ones in the crash of a Boeing 737 Max8 jet in Ethiopia are expected to attend a hearing Wednesday (Dec. 11, 2019) on Capitol Hill when Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) head Stephen Dickson is expected to testify. The House Infrastructure and Transportation Committee has called the hearing at 10 a.m. to hear for the first time from...
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Families Who Lost Loved Ones in MAX8 Crash Call for Resignation of Boeing Chairman David Calhoun

The parents of Samya Rose Stumo who was killed in the Boeing crash of a 737 MAX8 plane in Ethiopia March 10 and others are speaking out on statements made by newly appointed Boeing Chairman of the Board David Calhoun about the company having done “everything right” after two crashes of the plane. Calhoun made the statements (Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019) to CNBC, but Michael...
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Family Members Speak to Media in Washington, D.C. After Meeting with Boeing Officials

Nearly 20 family members from several countries who lost loved ones in the Boeing crash in Ethiopia met with Boeing executives, including CEO Dennis Muilenburg, on Tuesday, October 29, 2019. Timothy Keating, Executive Vice President of Boeing’s Government Operations, was part of the meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the families’ priorities of funding philanthropic efforts. The family members attended a 10...
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More Than a Dozen Family Members Expected to Attend Boeing Hearings; Meetings with FAA and Boeing Executives Scheduled this Week

Nearly 20 family members from several countries who lost loved ones in the Boeing crash in Ethiopia earlier this year will be attending hearings scheduled this week before Congress where Boeing’s top executives are scheduled to testify. Family members just returned from Ethiopia where they collected the remains of those who died in the March 10 crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max8 jet. They...
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Max8 Crash Families Send Demand Letter to FAA and DOT Chiefs to Revoke Boeing’s Self-Certification

As family members return with remains from Ethiopia following the crash of the 737 Max8 jet on March 10, 2019, some call for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to terminate Boeing’s Organization Designation Authorization (ODA). Under federal law, the ODA program is the means by which the FAA grants designee authority to organizations or companies related to issuing certificates, or related to the examination, testing...
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