Boeing Could Be Charged for Not Making 737 MAX Safety Upgrades Standard - Report | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Boeing Could Be Charged for Not Making 737 MAX Safety Upgrades Standard - Report

New accusations against Boeing suggest that the firm could be vulnerable to lawsuits for disabling key safety features of the 737 MAX — including software integral to giving the pilot accurate data in adverse conditions — only providing the upgrades for an extra fee that poorer carriers, including those in Ethiopia and Indonesia, could not afford.

While the formerly extra-fee software addon has now been made freely available to all owners of the 737 MAX regardless of financial health, many suggest that Boeing's strategy of milking extra cash out of what should have been a standard safety feature puts the aerospace company at fault for the crashes, according to reports.

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