Lawmakers fault FAA, Boeing for deadly 737 Max crashes


A house investigative report into two fatal crashes involving the Boeing seven thirty seven Max faults the federal aviation administration's approval of the plane and Boeing's design failures bars funding Jeff McKay reports the house report did not mince words when it came to the crashes that took more than three hundred lives the preliminary investigative findings from the house transportation committee call the FAA certification review of the seven thirty seven Max grossly inefficient and said the agency had failed in its duty to identify key safety problems the report was quote marred by technical design failures and a lack of transparency and blame Boeing for what it described as a culture of concealment saying the design of the plane doing the lion air flight in Indonesian twenty eighteen and the Ethiopian air flight in twenty nineteen to nose dive taking the lives of three hundred forty

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