Boeing’s slew of mishaps and misfortunes have yet to slow to a halt since the Flight 1282 incident in January. Only a week after its current CEO Dave Calhoun faced off against an intense line of questioning from US senators, the troubled American aircraft manufacturer has been hit with sanctions by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) on June 27, 2024. It said it is imposing a “series of restrictions and sanctions” on Boeing after it “blatantly violated NTSB investigative regulations” after providing confidential information from the investigation into the Alaska Airlines’ 737 MAX 9 door plug blowout on January

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