Boeing Hid ‘Catastrophic’ 737 Max Design Flaws that Killed Hundreds

The final House Transportation committee report on the fatal design flaws of Boeing’s 737 Max—which killed 346 people in two accidents between 2018 and 2019—show the air disasters could have been avoided.

The 239-page report, which was released Wednesday, is the product of an 18-month investigation that confirmed time and again that Boeing caved into “production pressure that ultimately jeopardized the safety of the flying public.”

The committee cites competition with Airbus as a…

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