Top Boeing executive to leave company over 737 Max crisis

Mail Online | 10/22/2019 | Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com
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Boeing is replacing the head of its commercial-airplanes division as it struggles with a crisis created by two deadly crashes of its newest airliner.

Boeing said Tuesday that Kevin McAllister is out as chief executive of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. He's being replaced Stanley Deal, who has been leading the company's services division.

Shake-up - Boeing - Ranks - Days - Release

The shake-up in Boeing's top ranks comes just days after the release of internal communications that showed a senior test pilot experienced serious problems while testing flight-control software for the 737 Max on a simulator.

That software, called MCAS, is at the center of investigations into two crashes that killed 346 people and led to grounding of the Max. Boeing is taking much longer than executives expected to change the software and get the plane flying again.

Boeing - Criticism - Messages - Pilot - Federal

Boeing has come under harsh criticism for failing to turn over instant messages from a former pilot to the Federal Aviation Administration for months, prompting a demand for answers from the agency.

Deal joined Boeing in 1986 and was previously president and CEO of Boeing Global Services. Boeing is still working to win approval to unground the 737 MAX after the crashes that killed 346 people.

Management - Change

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