Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - For years, the FAA has essentially allowed airplane manufacturers to sign off on the safety of their own products, according to Jim Hall, former chairman of the National Transportation Board (NTSB).
“I regret that Boeing and the FAA in light of the recent two crashes of the 737 MAX failed to put the safety of the public first,’’ said Hall. “As a result, 346 souls lost their lives.’’
Hall said he has been battling ...
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