Boeing responds to article blasting production of its Dreamliners

The New York Times reporting that workers at a plant in South Carolina have complained about shoddy work on the 787 aircraft.
2:17 | 04/21/19

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Transcript for Boeing responds to article blasting production of its Dreamliners
Now to new allegations. Against Boeing the New York Times reporting workers at a plant South Carolina have complained. About shoddy work on the 787 dreamliner this has the airline manufacturer continues to face scrutiny. Over at 737 Max planes. This morning a blistering New York Times report now putting Boeing 787 dreamliner plane under scrutiny. Some of the most important whistle blowers and former employees that we talked to. Our managers. For the times reporting a culture that often valued production speed over quality and billing state of the art South Carolina plant. Forcing up Rainsy production scheduled to deliver planes on time. The New York Times reporting workers were pressured not to report violations even when faulty parts had been installed in planes. Tools and metal shavings have routinely been left inside jet. Often year electrical systems aircraft have taken test flights with debris in an Indian and a tale. Risking failure now we can't throw app was one of the times journalists on the story. We heard about a stream bolts on an engine. In a plane that had already gone up. For a test flights we heard about eight latter in a tail of the plane that lake pleasant thought for a test flight chewing gum being found holding together the tram of a door. Boeing BP Brad day back firing back at the New York Times in a statement to ABC news calling the story misleading saying this article features distorted information. Rehashing old stories and rumors that have long ago been put to rest. Overnight the FAA weighing in writing. We thoroughly investigate whistle blower complaint and take action if the allegations are substantiated. The somebody said there's been very popular craft. There's been very safe very successful the New York Times report comes on the heels of Boeing's trouble with its software in their crown jewel the 737. Max they'd been grounded worldwide since mid march following two crashes that killed 346. People. Can we should point out several airline to use Boeing planes have voiced their support American Norwegian off saying they have confidence. In the company's planes at when you hear but a piece of gum holding things together. Unsettling yes definitely.

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