The two fatal crashes that killed 346 people aboard Boeing’s 737 Max and led to the worldwide grounding of the plane were the “horrific culmination” of engineering flaws, mismanagement and a severe lack of federal oversight, the Democratic majority on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee said in a report
“It’s not phenomenal, but I don’t think it’s all that dire for the Max, despite Covid and everything else,” said Sheila Kahyaoglu, an aerospace and defense analyst with Jefferies, an investment bank.
It may seem misguided for an airline in the midst of a major crisis to buy a tarnished
“It is hard not to conclude your team at the F.A.A. has deliberately attempted to keep us in the dark,” Roger Wicker, the Republican chairman of the Commerce Committee, told Mr. Dickson. Senator Maria Cantwell, the committee’s top Democrat, meanwhile, described the agency’s communication and oversight as “fragmented.”