Boeing executives defend safety decisions in development of 737 MAX


By David Shepardson and Tracy Rucinski WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Two senior Boeing Co executives who oversaw the development of the 737 MAX defended the company's decisions on a key cockpit system later tied to two fatal crashes, according to testimony before congressional investigators seen by Reuters. Michael Teal, then 737 MAX chief product engineer, and Keith Leverkuhn, who was vice president and general manager of the 737 MAX program, were questioned separately by investigators for the U.

S. House Transportation and.

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