Boeing boss Dennis Muilenburg refuses to quit after deadly plane crashes

Boeing boss Dennis Muilenburg refuses to quit after deadly plane crashes

Boeing’s CEO Dennis Muilenburg said he will not resign after two plane crashes that cost 346 lives, vowing to ’re-earn the trust’ of customers and passengers. Muilenburg was speaking at the aircraft manufacturer’s annual meeting in Chicago. While refusing to say whether the MCAS software was to blame for the disasters, Muilenburg said there would be more training for pilots.

KCooper
KCooper
Jackie
Jackie 1 year

no thanks

Steve Scotts
Steve Scotts 1 year

he shouldn't quit. Boeing is a strong company, even without the 737 max

Person Unknown
Person Unknown 1 year

Saying there will be more training for the pilots is saying the over-engineered flight controls that are in question work properly and are effective as much as they are needed..

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