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Can Boeing be trusted ever again? RT’s Boom Bust explores

Can Boeing be trusted ever again? RT’s Boom Bust explores
Very ‘disturbing’ documents have been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration by Boeing on the same day the company fired its CEO Dennis Muilenburg.

They contained a new batch of messages between Boeing employees on the development of the troubled 737 MAX, showing concerns about the aircraft.

RT’s Boom Bust reflects on how the US manufacturer could recover from its current crisis. It looks into David Calhoun who has taken over from Muilenburg and his mission at Boeing.

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