in the Midst of the crisis to the Boeing 737 MAX for the machine type, responsible programme Manager is leaving the US aircraft manufacturer. Eric Lindblad'm going to retire, wrote the chief of the civil aircraft division of the Boeing company, Kevin McAllister, on Thursday, in a message to the group's employees. Lindblad was started 34 years ago at Boeing. The management of the Boeing 737 program, he had taken over only in August 2018.
For the Boeing 737 MAX since March, a world-wide flight ban. Previously came in two crashes of machines of this type in Indonesia, and Ethiopia, a total of 346 people were killed. Investigators suspect that the accidents with the stabilization system of MCAS to be related to the suppressed in the case of an impending flow of aircraft demolition, nose down.
The disasters have brought down the Boeing in an unprecedented crisis and a lot of criticism of the aircraft manufacturer, according to the will. Personnel consequences of the group not moved yet. In his message to Boeing employees, McAllister wrote, Lindblad had informed him last year his intention to retire. He is to be replaced by the group-veterans Mark Jenks. (AFP)
Created: 12.07.2019, 05:35 PM