Boeing Names First-Ever Chief of Safety

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MIAMI – Boeing has named seasoned engineering executive Mike Delaney as its Chief Aerospace Safety Officer, adding a new senior management position. The move comes in the wake of the Boeing 737 MAX-8’s faulty systems causing two fatal accidents. The aircraft, which was touted as the future of the 737 aircraft family, was finally re-certified by […]

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