Reply To: Read First if flying on a Boeing 737 Max–or maybe not!
I’ve just seen on CNN a report out by the House Committee has been critical of both Boeing and the FAA. it seems collusion between them and cost cutting exercises by Boeing ( plus intentionally downplaying the of the MCAS problem by Boeing and the need for Simulation Training ) are the main reasons for the two crashes.
Interesting to see the path things take from here, whether they stay within the two or spread throughout the industry, as/when/if it restarts. The decision in 2012 by the FAA to hand problems and decisions back to the industry to resolve themselves, instead of being overseen by the regulating authority.