A scathing preliminary report issued by the House of Congress’ Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure heavily criticised both the Federal Aviation Authority and Boeing for multiple failures that led to the deaths of 346 people and the subsequent grounding of the 737 MAX aircraft The preliminary report described the crashing of two brand-new aircraft, of a brand-new derivative model, within five months of each other as “extraordinary and unprecedented in modern times” and outlined five key failures that led up to the tragedies, most damningly of all this included the suggestion of collusion between the FAA and Boeing. “Multiple career

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