Boeing CEO says ‘sorry’ for lives lost in 737 MAX accidents, admits his company at fault

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April 4,2019

Boeing CEO,Dennis Muilenburg, admits his company at fault in connection with two plane crashes involving 737 MAX 8. And he said that his company will fix the problem.

He said “sorry” for the lives lost after preliminary report from ET 302 crash is released on Thursday April 4,2019. The two crashes happened in a span of about five months and claimed 346 lives.

Watch video below.

Video credit : CNN YouTube channel
Cover photo : screenshot from CNN video



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One Response to "Boeing CEO says ‘sorry’ for lives lost in 737 MAX accidents, admits his company at fault"

  1. Simon Gunson   April 4, 2019 at 8:59 pm

    Boeing’s conduct with Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines can only be described as unethical.

    In both crashes they have blamed pilots, airline training and maintenance standards. They have done nothing to accept responsibility. The crash of ET302 could have been averted had Boeing been honest in November 2018 rather than pretending this was a simple fault with an AOA sensor.

    Boeing shall pay the price. This company may go out of business before anybody gets compensation.

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