American Airlines pilots confronted Boeing about potential safety issues in its 737 Max planes months before the plane crash in Ethiopia.
They highlighted poor training and urged for action to be taken immediately during a meeting with a Boeing official after the first deadly 737 Max crash off Indonesia in October.
A Boeing representative is heard resisting their calls but promised a software fix.
But this had not been rolled out when an Ethiopian Airlines’ 737 Max crashed four months later, killing 157 people.
Today the mother of one of the victims of the crash laid the blame for her daughter’s death on the shoulders of Boeing bosses.
Nadia Milleron lost her daughter Samya Rose Stumo – who was just 24, she told ITV news, ”Boeing owns this”.
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