Boeing has scheduled a company-wide safety meeting to discuss its response to a mid-air blowout on a 737 Max last week.
Chief executive David Calhoun will host the meeting on Tuesday from the Renton, Washington factory where the Max is assembled. In a memo to employees sent on Sunday, Calhoun said the meeting will reinforce the company’s focus on safety.
“When serious accidents like this occur, it is critical for us . . . to understand and address the causes of the event, and to ensure they don’t happen again,” he said.
Separately, Boeing said Calhoun cancelled an internal leadership summit to assist the National Transportation Safety Board and airlines affected by regulators’ grounding of some Maxes.
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