Boeing tells federal regulators how it plans to fix aircraft safety and quality problems

Boeing officials explained their plan to improve manufacturing quality and safety during a three-hour meeting Thursday with federal officials, who will continue restrictions they placed on the company after one of its jetliners suffered a blowout of a fuselage panel in January.

Federal Aviation Administration chief Mike Whitaker said the plan is comprehensive and includes encouraging Boeing employees to speak up about safety concerns.

"This is a guide for a new way for Boeing to do business." Whitaker told reporters after the meeting. "Boeing has laid out their road map, and now they need to e...

 

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