Blowing the Whistle on Aviation

Number 28574
Subject Aeronautics
Source CBS News
State
Year 2019
Publication Date Feb. 14, 2019
Summary Our exclusive eleven-month investigation into aviation safety uncovered a corrupt culture of safety at major airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration that mechanics and FAA employees feared could be putting the flying public at risk. Before there was any reporting on the FAA related to Boeing’s 737 Max, we explored the overly cozy relationship between the FAA and airlines - highlighting the FAA’s lack of oversight on regulatory issues that would later lead to hundreds of deaths overseas and the grounding of all 737 Max airplanes.
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Keywords FAA, Federal Aviation Administration, flying, aviation, airplanes, regulation, government, oversight, 737 Max, Boeing, safety
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