Boeing has disclosed a new batch of internal messages related to the 737 Max program to federal regulators. The documents were turned over to the Federal Aviation Administration on Monday, the agency said in a statement. The disclosure came on the same day that Boeing ousted its chief executive officer. This was the second time that Boeing has delayed turning over to the FAA sensitive messages related to the development of the 737 Max jetliner, which was grounded in March after a design flaw was linked to two fatal crashes, in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The earlier episode prompted a rebuke by the agency and helped lead to growing tensions between the regulator and the planemaker. The FAA learned of the existence of the latest group of messages from the company in recent days, but was not told any details about what was said in them, according to a person familiar with the issue who wasn’t authorized to speak about it. The FAA didn’t comment in its statement on the content of the emails, saying only that they were under review. The company’s decision to turn the emails over to the FAA was reported earlier by The Seattle Times. Boeing’s Chief… Read full this story
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