Flight-certification testing for Boeing’s 737 Max, which has been grounded since March 2019 after two deadly crashes, began Monday, the company said. A 737 Max flew from Seattle’s Boeing Field to Moses Lake in central Washington on Monday. (June 30) AP Domestic

A cascade of false assumptions, mismanagement, rushed deadlines, miscommunication and outright deception led to the failure to catch the design flaws that led to two deadly crashes of Boeing’s now-grounded 737 Max jetliner, finds a congressional report released Wednesday.¬†

“Boeing failed in its design and development of the Max, and the Federal Aviation Agency¬†failed in its oversight of Boeing and its certification of the aircraft,” concludes the House Transportation and

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