Boeing executives apologize for deadly plane crashes

The CEO of the airline giant admitted at an air show in Paris that critical errors were made in two crashes that took nearly 350 lives.
0:59 | 06/17/19

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We have the latest now on Boeing the company's executives are apologizing. This morning for those deadly 737 Max crashes David Curley has the latest on that morning David. Morning Robin this is the biggest aviation gathering of the year but it's not sales its safety that Boeing is pitching at this year's Paris air show. Boeing executives opening the session with apologizing. Yesterday was a CEO saying critical errors were made today. The president commercial airlines apologizing. To both the airlines and families. For the nearly 350 people who were killed in those 2737. Max crash is now the Max. Remains grounded Boeing has not actually submitted its final software fix which it says will add three layers of protection. Through the 737 Max import this anti stall system. And David Boeing is still waiting for the FAA to ask for that safety check out like to move the process forward many questions still to come David Curley. Calls us every step of the way forced David thank you.

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