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Boeing 737 Max Legal And Regulatory Woes: 2 Years Later

By Linda Chiem (March 10, 2021, 9:20 PM EST) -- In the wake of hefty penalties and a sweeping mea culpa agreement with the federal government, Boeing hasn't yet seen the end of its legal and regulatory troubles in the two years since two 737 Max aircraft crashes led to the American aerospace giant's most daunting corporate crisis.

Wednesday marks the two-year anniversary of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash that killed 157 people and prompted an unprecedented global grounding of the 737 Max aircraft, which just recently returned to service after receiving Federal Aviation Administration approval in November.

The design, development and certification of Boeing's most popular jet — which...

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