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Multiple children and adults were treated for jet fuel exposure at Park Avenue Elementary School in Cudahy on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020.

Delta has tough questions to answer from the FAA about why it dumped jet fuel over a school during an emergency landing at LAX

At least 44 kids and adults at several elementary schools came into contact with the jet fuel and were treated at the scene by paramedics.
Four Boeing 737 Max aircraft docked in Brussels on December 18.

Boeing 737 Max investigation after several plane crashes revealed additional concerns with wiring and engines

Software played a role in two deadly crashes that grounded the Boeing 737 Max, but the investigation also unearthed concerns with wiring and engines.
Undelivered Boeing 737 Max planes sit idle at a Boeing property in Seattle, Washington, in August 2019.

Boeing’s suspension of 737 Max production is an embarrassing symbol of its hubris trying to rush a troubled plane back into service

Boeing repeatedly picked dates for the 737 Max's return only for them to come and go and for the US air regulator to refuse to back them.

The FAA calculated that Boeing’s 737 Max could crash a total of 15 times, killing more than 3,000 people, if it wasn’t grounded and fixed

If the Max suffered 15 crashes as bad as the two that actually happened, some 3,450 people would die, according to Business Insider's figures.
FAA administrator Stephen Dickson.

The FAA administrator and a Boeing whistleblower are testifying before Congress about the troubled 737 Max

The certification of the Boeing 737 Max, FAA plans going forward, and the culture at Boeing are among the topics on the agenda for Wednesday.
Lightning is seen through the window of a plane in November 2010.

Boeing removed a feature that protects its 787 planes during lightning strikes as a cost-cutting measure, even after FAA experts objected

The FAA administrator will be questioned by Congress today over its certification of the change to the 787 Dreamliner as well as the 737 Max.
Employees walk by the end of a 737 Max aircraft at the Boeing factory in Renton, Washington, in March 2019. Ed Pierson worked at this factory.

A Boeing whistleblower says he tried to raise concerns about sloppy 737 Max production, but was ignored by the CEO, board, FAA, and NTSB

Ed Pierson told The New York Times and NBC News that employees on the Boeing 737 Max production line had been overworked and made mistakes.
Several Boeing 777X aircraft are seen in various stages of production during a media tour of the Boeing 777X at the Boeing production facility in Everett,

The spotlight on Boeing and the FAA will only get hotter after the 737 Max crisis. Now global regulators are focusing on the plane-maker’s newes...

The European and Emirati aviation regulators said they would conduct their own review of Boeing's 777X, upending years of regulatory norms.

Boeing’s problems mount as FAA vows to ramp up oversight of the embattled 737 Max even after it is finally allowed to fly

A new report also suggested that Boeing's plane to resume deliveries of new 737 Max planes to airline customers in December won't happen.
FILE PHOTO: The angle of attack sensor, at bottom center, is seen on a 737 Max aircraft at the Boeing factory in Renton, Washington, U.S., March 27, 2019.

Boeing’s 737 Max shouldn’t be allowed to fly with a controversial flight-control system, an aviation regulator reportedly said in leaked e...

The manager at Canada's aviation regulator told counterparts at other global regulators that he has concerns about the MCAS system on the 737 Max.