Boeing admits it made a “mistake” with the Alaska Airlines aircraft that misplaced a part of the fuselage in mid-flight | EUROtoday

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Boeing CEO guarantees “transparency” at each step of investigation

The investigator in charge of the case checks the fuselage of the plane
The investigator in command of the case checks the fuselage of the aircraft.AP
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The CEO of Boeing, David Calhounadmitted this Tuesday that the corporate made a “mistake” with the Boeing 737-9 (MAX) aircraft Alaska Airlinesthe place a panel indifferent in mid-flight, producing speedy decompression of the cabin.

“We’re going to address this, first and foremost, by acknowledging our mistake,” Calhoun stated at a gathering together with his staff, which was referred to as after the Alaska Airlines aircraft incident.

Calhoun, who took over management of Boeing in January 2020, promised that the corporate will deal with this incident “100% and completely with transparency at every step.”

The United States authorities They have immobilized a big a part of the fleet of Boeing 737-9 (MAX) plane after, on January 5, an Alaska Airlines plane was pressured to make an emergency touchdown shortly after takeoff in Portland, Oregon.

The 117 folks on board needed to cross the skies in a aircraft that had a void, as a panel that had been designed to deal with an extra emergency door had indifferent.