Boeing manager in charge of factory where 737 Max is built announces retirement

Boeing manager in charge of factory where 737 Max is built announces retirement

The man who manages the Boeing 737 Max program and the factory where the now-grounded plane is built is retiring. Eric Lindblad said he planned to retire last summer and a Boeing spokesman said that the decision was unrelated to two deadly accidents involving Max jets. Lindblad had been in the job for ten months, in this time Boeing struggled with shortages of engines and fuselages from suppliers.

aiden Brennan
aiden Brennan
Sir_Kutz
Sir_Kutz 7 months

Now I say bs. Retirement with Hugh financial gains. He should be given a portfolio of all the victims for his retirement.

Michael Hedderson
Michael Hedderson 7 months

Forced to retire cos they need to level his office block and turn it into parking as they've run out of currently available parking for newly made 737 MAXs

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 7 months

The equivakent of cutting your losses and leaving with what you have before you lose it all. I imagine his retirement check is good.

Bennington
Bennington 7 months

a completely voluntary and pre planned retirement I'm sure

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