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December 4, 2023
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Last Thursday, the Seattle Times published a story outlining key points from a letter from a Boeing whistleblower to the US Senate prior to the hearings that week. In that letter, Curtis Ewbank, a Boeing engineer who worked on the MAX, resigned in 2015 when his concerns were dismissed (he later rejoined the company in 2018) outlined why he alleges that the MAX remains unsafe without the “synthetic airspeed” system utilized in all other Boeing products and changes to other systems grandfathered from the initial 1960s certification by the FAA that are now outdated and do not meet today’s standards.

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