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Boeing Board Action to Retain CEO “Perpetuates Culture of Profits Over Safety” Following Two Crashes – Criticism by Families to Board Action

The reaction was swift to the April 20, 2021 action by the Boeing Board of Directors that raised the minimum mandatory retirement age for executives from 64 to 70. The current CEO Dave Calhoun turned 64 this week. He became CEO in January 2020, about halfway through the nearly two-year grounding of the 737 MAX following two crashes that took the lives of 346 people....
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Family of Boeing Crash Victim to Meet March 10 with DOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Two-Year Anniversary of Crash; Commemorative Luminaria Vigil to be Held Outside FAA Headquarters; Protest at Boeing Same Morning

FOR PRESS AND MEDIA: Photos and Video Can Be Accessed Here Family of Boeing Crash Victim to Meet March 10 with DOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Two-Year Anniversary of Crash; Commemorative Luminaria Vigil to be Held Outside FAA Headquarters; Protest at Boeing Same Morning Families and friends of those who lost loved ones in the March 10 Boeing 737 Max8 crash in Ethiopia will hold...
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Boeing Hit with $2.5 Billion Criminal Penalty to Resolve Criminal Charges Brought by U.S. Justice Department Regarding Company’s Conspiracy to Defraud FAA in Connection with Dangerous MAX Aircraft; Families Disgusted by Lack of Accountability and Justice

Boeing agreed Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, to pay a mere $243.6 million fine to settle criminal conspiracy charges, plus compensation to victims families and airline customers, ending a roughly two-year investigation conducted by the U.S. Justice Department, but the families who lost loved ones saw little justice in this rushed criminal settlement process that excluded them. Government officials said Boeing employees concealed information about its 737...
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First Commercial Boeing 737 MAX Flight Flies December 29, 2020; Victims’ Families of Ethiopian Crash Remain Steadfast in Their Distrust of Safety of the Aircraft

Families of victims of the Boeing crash of a 737 Max in Ethiopia continue to warn the public about the lack of safety protocols and the flawed design of the aircraft that is set to take its first commercial flight on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020 following the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) recent approval to return the aircraft to service in the United States. Families who...
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Canada Approves Design Changes to Boeing 737 MAX; Families of Ethiopian Crash Continue to Point out Deficiencies of the MAX Aircraft

The Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) announced on Thursday, 12/17/2020 that the approval of design changes to the Boeing 737 MAX in a first step toward bringing the aircraft back to that country's skies after a near two-year flight ban. The 737 MAX was grounded in March 2019 following two tragic crashes of the new aircraft that killed 346 people due to defects in the...
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