Internal FAA Review Saw High Risk of 737 MAX Crashes

Internal FAA Review Saw High Risk of 737 MAX Crashes

U.S. regulators chose to permit Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX jet to keep flying after its very first deadly crash last fall despite their own analysis showing it might turn into one of the most accident-prone airliners in decades without design modifications.

The November 2018 internal Federal Air travel Administration analysis, anticipated to be released during a House committee hearing Wednesday, exposes that without firm intervention, limit could have averaged one deadly crash about every two or three years, according to industry officials …

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