Panel's report blasts Boeing, FAA for crashes, seeks reforms


In the Federal Aviation Administration will be willing to make big changes needed to fix problems. It cost two deadly 7 37 MAX crashes. Staff members from the Transportation Committee blamed the crashes that killed 346 people on failed government oversight, design flaws and a lack of action at Boeing, despite knowing about the problems The committee, in their words, referring to it as horrific, horrific culmination of failed Government oversight committee says the Max complied with FAA safety regulations. Even though the plane's crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia members say it shows the need for reforms. Boeing says it's made changes and it's cooperated with House investigators. The comment, though, has not come this morning from the FAA. On this report, Nissan has revealed its new sports car

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