The FAA is investigating whether Boeing failed to ensure the plane was safe to operate

Plastic sheeting covers part of the fuselage of Alaska Airlines N704AL Boeing 737 MAX 9 outside a hangar at Portland International Airport on January 8, 2024 in Portland, Oregon.

Mathieu Louis-Roland | Good pictures

The Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday told Boeing it was investigating whether it failed to ensure that “products conform to the approved design and are in a condition for safe operation in accordance with FAA regulations.”

The study comes less than a week after a crew from a 2-month-old Boeing 737 Max 9 jet blew out during an Alaska Airlines flight at 16,000 feet.

See also  Patrick Mahomes became the youngest QB to beat 31 other teams

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *