Boeing is the FAA on the internal Memo 737 MAX, very disturbing ‘

Boeing is the FAA on the internal Memo 737 MAX, very disturbing ‘

A new group of messages among employees Boeing Co. for the development of the 737 Max paints a “very disturbing picture” of concerns about the level of an employee of a house committees. The documents were handed over to the Federal Aviation Administration on Monday, the agency said in a statement. The revelation came on the same day that Boeing replaced its chief executive. At least some of them were pilots of the same Boeing which posted 2,016 messages were published in October and have been the subject of sharp debate by the legislature, according to a person with its contents, they do not discuss were allowed. The communication is not released publicly. Employees of the Committee of transport infrastructure and are still examining the messages and does not have specific details of what they contain. “But like other records previously disclosed by Boeing, the records are forwarded to suggest a very disturbing picture of two Boeing employees expressed concerns about the company’s commitment to safety and the efforts of some employees of Boeing production plans by the regulator they were not to guarantee or other “, a committee aide said in a statement. “The committee of these and other records will continue to monitor supplied by Boeing as part of the investigation committee in place available,” said the aide. Boeing E-mail led to the FAA and Congress “as part of our commitment to transparency with our legislators and auditors,” the company said in a statement. “As referenced in previous Committee documents, the tone and content of some of these communication does not reflect the company we are and need to be,” the company said. Boeing has made changes to improve safety, he said. Boeing rose 1.3% to $333 at the end of New York, as markets closed early for Christmas Eve. This was that the company based in Chicago delayed the development of the 737 max message context sensitive to the FAA by turning the second time. The jet was founded in March after a design flaw has been linked to two fatal accidents in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The earlier incident involving messages prompted a rebuke from the agency and stirred tensions between the controller and the aircraft manufacturer. The FAA did not comment in his statement about the content of email messages, saying only that they were in the report. The company’s decision to deliver the emails to the FAA has already been reported by the Seattle Times. treated the way Boeing the second set of records burned the agency, according to a person with the problem, which was not authorized to talk about it. The FAA said the messages passed in recent days, Boeing, but initially do not provide or disclose its contents, the person said. Dennis Muilenburg resigned on Monday as Boeing CEO down, at least in part deteriorate because of the relationship with the FAA, according to a statement by the board of directors of the company. In October, Boeing announced the FAA instant messages and e-mails from a top-level pilot companies engaged in 2016 raised concerns about the software in two fatal accidents at max. Boeing has had a year into known about these messages and made over in February the Ministry of Justice there. It did not give the FAA immediately because of the criminal investigation, as the aircraft was approved, Bloomberg News reported at the time. The delay has angered the FAA, which has the task of overseeing Boeing. One of the agency’s most important lessons is that companies have security issues or alleged violations of Regulation reveal supervision. In some cases, to tell the agency of such a problem, otherwise a criminal offense can be considered. “The FAA, the content of the document is about,” the agency said in a statement on October 18 “The FAA is also disappointed that Boeing has this document does not turn our attention shortly after its discovery.” This November 2016 report revealed in October that was reviewed by Bloomberg News were among between Mark Forkner, then Boeing chief pilot technique for the 737, and an additional 737 technicians riders Patrik Gustavsson. Forkner expressed concern that the flight control function was later involved in accidents “invaded” and said it could inadvertently FAA were wrong about this. In a separate email sent him an anonymous FAA officials, he said, had to accept the regulatory authority outside the US Boeing proposed the formation for the “Jedi mind trick” Max. A lawyer for Forkner, David Gerger said in an earnings news issues raised balky simulator software and not because of problems with the plane. Forkner himself had believed the aircraft was safe and had not deceived the FAA said Gerger. Gerger did not respond to requests for comment on the latest news and if it involved his client. -With the help of Courtney Rozen and Julie Johnsson.
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