A report in the New York Times has indicated that the downed Ethiopian and Indonesian 737 MAX jets may have lacked "two notable safety features" - because manufacturer Boeing charges extra for them.
Boeing Charged Extra for Safety Features - Report
allAfrica, 22 March 2019
The New York Times is reporting that the downed Ethiopian and Indonesian 737 MAX jets may have lacked "two notable safety features" - because manufacturer Boeing charges extra for… Read more »
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