(New York) The US Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) Friday accused Boeing of hiding important documents related to the certification of the 737 MAX, grounded for seven months after two accidents that killed 346 people.
"Yesterday (Thursday), Boeing alerted the Department of Transport to the existence of instant messages between two Boeing employees, discussing some elements of communication with the FAA during the initial certification of the 737 MAX in 2016," denounces the regulator. in an email. "Boeing told the department that he discovered these documents several months ago."
More details will follow.