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Read previewBoeing could face criminal charges after the Justice Department determined the planemaker violated a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA). The DPA, reached in 2021, meant Boeing didn't face charges related to the deaths of 346 people in two 737 Max 8 crashes in 2018 and 2019. AdvertisementIt added: "For failing to fulfill completely the terms of and obligations under the DPA, Boeing is subject to prosecution by the United States." AdvertisementThe Justice Department is continuing to meet with the families of victims of the 2018 and 2019 crashes, as it determines whether to bring charges against Boeing. The Justice Department told the court it will decide whether to prosecute Boeing by July 7.
Persons: , Max, Robert Clifford Organizations: Service, Justice Department, DPA, Boeing, Business, Alaska Airlines, DoJ, BI, Department, Ethiopian Locations: United States, Alaska
Even though the same jet model had crashed soon after taking off from Indonesia less than six months earlier, aviation authorities around the world had allowed the 737 Max to keep flying with passengers. A third incidentThis year, on January 5, a part of a 737 Max 9 flown by Alaska Airlines blew out, leaving a gaping hole in the side of the plane. Boeing’s production problems went beyond the design flaw that led to the crashes. “Within days of the first crash, Boeing knew there was a design defect,” Robert Clifford, one of the plaintiff attorneys in the case, told CNN. Last month, Boeing removed executive Ed Clark, the head of its 737 Max passenger jet program.
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Boeing is back in the headlines for all the wrong reasons again after the Alaska Airlines 737 Max 9 incident. Boeing workers participating in a "Quality Stand Down" at Boeing's 737 Max factory in Renton, Washington on January 25, 2024. One of the first Boeing 737 Max jets on the production line at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Washington, U.S., on Monday, Dec. 7, 2015. The airlines around the world that have already bought Boeing planes basically need to keep using those models, whatever the problems. Commercial pilots are certified on specific models and are not able to easily move from single-aisle to widebody versions of Boeing jets, let alone between a Boeing and an Airbus jet.
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A judge overseeing lawsuits against Boeing ruled that pre-crash fear and pain can be used in trial. A trial over an Ethiopian Airlines crash will determine what Boeing owes families of the victims. Boeing lawyers previously argued they didn't have to pay for physical damages before the crash. The company previously told Insider it has settled about 75% of the lawsuits brought against it over the Ethiopian Airlines crash and a second 2018 Boeing 737 MAX crash. "We look forward to upcoming trials to present this evidence to a jury and ensure Boeing is held fully accountable."
Persons: Boeing couldn't, Jorge Alonso, Alonso, Robert Clifford, Clifford, Alonso's Organizations: Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air, Ethiopian Locations: Illinois
CNN —A federal judge rejected arguments from attorneys for Boeing that it should not have to pay for the pain and suffering of 157 victims of a March 2019 Boeing 737 Max crash because they all died on impact. Ethiopians search for remains at the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 plane crash before a commemoration ceremony at the scene of the crash, near the town of Bishoftu, southeast of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Baz Ratner Baz Ratner/ReutersThe flight was an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed on March 10, 2019. One of the attorneys for the Ethiopian Airlines crash victims praised the judge’s ruling. “We are deeply sorry to all who lost loved ones on Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Flight 302,” it said.
Persons: Jorge Alonso, Alonso, , , Baz Ratner Baz Ratner, Robert Clifford, ” Clifford Organizations: CNN, Boeing, Federal, Ethiopian Airlines, REUTERS, Ethiopian, Lion Air Locations: Chicago, Bishoftu, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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