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Internal Boeing messages raise serious questions about 737 Max

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Communications from April 2017 show employees saying plane ‘designed by clowns who are supervised by monkeys’Boeing on Thursday released hundreds of internal messages that raise serious questions about its development of simulators and the 737 Max that was grounded in March after two fatal crashes, prompting outrage from US lawmakers.In an April 2017 exchange of instant messages, two employees expressed complaints about the Max following references to issues with the plane’s flight management computer. “This airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are supervised by monkeys,” one unnamed employee wrote. Continue reading…

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