Opinion: #Transparency Is Boeing’s Achilles' Heel

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The Boeing 737 MAX situation reminds us that jetliner groundings, while rare, have always been with us. In 1979, the FAA grounded the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 following concerns that a weak left engine mount had caused the crash of an American Airlines flight in Chicago, killing 273 people. This...

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