At the Paris Air Show Boeing, executives apologized for the 737 MAX crashes that left 346 dead, grounded the planes worldwide and created many questions that still haven’t been answered.
“We are very sorry for the loss of lives,” said Kevin McAllister, CEO of Boeing’s commercial aircraft. He also apologized to airlines and suppliers that have seen their business dwindle due to the grounding of the planes.
The Paris Air Show was an opportunity for the aerospace giant to …
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