Not a very convincing statement by the Boeing CEO, who says he' ll put his family on the first flights of the grounded Boeing 737 Max8. Clearly Boeing have a problem and in any other firm the CEO AND President (he holds both positions) would have offered his resignation to the Boeing Board. They could always not accept it, but at least the @boeingceo ss he styles himself on twitter, is accepting the blame and that something is fundamentally wrong. Meanwhile few international regulators will accept any FAA assurance the Max8 is ready to return to commercisl flying. Fo not be surprised if it is still grounded in Spring 2020 possibly longer. Its time @boeingceo started taking matters really seriously, tjis is not a walk in a park but a trip to multiple cemeteries ....
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