The Boeing executive who oversaw the 737 Max program is leaving the company.
Ed Clark's departure follows a midair blowout on a 737 Max flight in January due to missing bolts.
AdvertisementThe Boeing executive responsible for the company's 737 Max program is out at the company weeks after one of its aircraft suffered a midair blowout on a January flight.
Ed Clark, who oversaw production of the 737 Max, is "leaving the company" after almost 18 years, Stan Deal, chief executive of Boeing's commercial airplane division, said in a company memo obtained by Business Insider.
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