Boeing’s top executive is defending how the company handled communicating details about a new system on the 737 MAX as more operators acknowledge the new information they are learning is prompting them to update manuals and training. “You may have seen media reports that we intentionally withheld information about airplane functionality from our customers. That is simply untrue,” Boeing President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg wrote to employees in an internal memo. “The ...

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