Embattled Boeing to give $100 mn to 737 MAX crash victims' families

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2019/07/04 | 605 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

Boeing, under scrutiny after two crashes that claimed 346 lives, announced Wednesday it would give $100 million to communities and families affected by the 737 MAX disasters.Describing the sum as an "initial investment" over multiple years, the company said it would work with local governments and non-profit organizations to provide "hardship and living expenses" and boost economic development in regions affected by crashes of planes operated by Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air. Boeing faces ...(…)

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