Boeing faces $3.9M FAA fine for installing faulty parts on 737 jets

//Boeing faces $3.9M FAA fine for installing faulty parts on 737 jets

Boeing faces $3.9M FAA fine for installing faulty parts on 737 jets

The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed fining Boeing $3.9 million for allegedly installing faulty components on approximately 133 737 jetliners. The FAA announced the proposed penalty in a news release, alleging Boeing didn't properly oversee its own suppliers to ensure they complied with safety regulations and Boeing's quality assurance system. The alleged failures by Boeing resulted in 737s being presented to the FAA for certification despite Boeing knowing that the jets weren't airworthy,…

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By | 2019-12-07T00:18:51+00:00 December 7th, 2019|Budget and Tax|

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