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Families of Victims of 737 Boeing Max Plane Crash to Mark Third-Year Anniversary in Protest in Toronto, Canada, and at Boeing HQ in Chicago Thursday March 10th — Zoom Press Conference at 11:30am Central

The families of the victims who were killed in the March 10, 2019 plane crash of a Boeing 737 MAX in Ethiopia gather Thursday, March 10th, 2022 in two countries to try to continue to hold Boeing responsible for the deaths of all 157 on board and to bring attention to a bill recently introduced in the Illinois legislature. After the in-person Chicago event concludes...
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Families of Victims of 737 Boeing Max Plane Crash to Mark Third-Year Anniversary in Protest in Toronto, Canada, and at Boeing HQ in Chicago

Families of Victims of 737 Boeing Max Plane Crash to Mark Third-Year Anniversary in Protest in Toronto, Canada, and at Boeing HQ in Chicago Thursday, March 10th -- Zoom Press Conference to Follow The families of the victims who were killed in the March 10, 2019 plane crash of a Boeing 737 MAX in Ethiopia will gather Thursday, March 10th, 2022 in two countries to...
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Boeing 737 Max Crash Documentary Released on Netflix

Downfall: The Case Against Boeing analyzes the investigation against the global airplane manufacturer following two significant crashes that resulted in the deaths of 346 people, the toxic culture of greed within the company, and the outrage and distress still felt by families of the victims. In the creation of her documentary which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and that premiered on Netflix Jan. 21,...
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Victims’ Families of Boeing Continue Plea to Terminate Boeing’s Ability to Certify Aircraft as FAA Head Testifies on 11/3 Before U.S. Senate Committee

Federal Aviation Administrator (FAA) Steve Dickson testified on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021, for three hours before the Senate Committee as crash victims’ family members sat in the audience listening. Dickson’s testimony comes one week after he testified before the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on the certification process of new aircraft. His testimony comes three years following the crash of Lion Air 610 that...
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Reaction of Victims’ Families to Canadian Report that Says to Rely Less on US Airline Regulators; Canadian Parliamentary Committee Makes Recommendations that Retools Country’s Certification Process in the Wake of Two Boeing Crashes

Reaction is swift from victims’ families regarding the report that was released Wednesday, June 9, 2021, from Canada’s House of Commons Transport Committee that recommended Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA), the country’s aircraft certification agency, conduct a full recertification for any flight system that tacks on a new or altered component. The report, coming in the wake of the crash of two Boeing 737 MAX...
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