The CEO of Boeing has admitted that there has been a ‘mistake’ made by the company in handling the problematic cockpit warning system in its 737 Max jets before two deadly crashes which lead to the worldwide grounding of 737 Max fleet. Ahead of the Paris Air Show, chief executive Dennis Muilenburg told reporters on Sunday that Boeing’s communication ‘was not consistent’ and that was ‘unacceptable’. As we reported last month, Pilots are angry that Boeing did not tell them about the safety indicator in the Max cockpit not working. Meanwhile, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has blamed Boeing

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