More than 400 pilots of 737 MAX are suing Boeing for ‘cover up’

Daily Newsletter | June 28, 2019
More than 400 pilots who flew the Boeing 737 MAX are suing the manufacturer, accusing the company of putting corporate profit above aviation safety with an “unprecedented cover-up” of “known design flaws” with the plane. The lawsuit claims that the pilots’ income and career certainty have been badly affected as a result of the grounding of the plane.
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