Questions we needed answered in Iran crash

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Today Jamie Finch appeared on http://Hill.TV to discuss the tragic Ukraine International Airlines plane crash that appears to have been caused by a surface-to-air missile strike. Independent professional investigators need to get on the crash scene immediately to gather evidence to prove that the plane was brought down by either a missile or a mechanical failure. #UkrainianPlaneCrash #IranPlaneCrash #Boeing737

Boeing’s stock has taken off following the resignation of its CEO on Monday, after months of turbulence. Could new leadership lead to a turnaround of the embattled aerospace giant? Former NTSB official Jamie Finch lends us a hand today to break down the move and what lies in store for Boeing.

Flight attendants to Boeing: Hell no to 737 MAX!

American Airlines’ flight attendants union is demanding an active role in any decision to put Boeing 737 MAX aircraft back in service, and its members “refuse to walk onto a plane that may not be safe.” This comes amid intense new scrutiny on Boeing, including a damning congressional testimony. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports. Then former NTSB Director of Government, Public and Family Affairs Jamie Finch joins Rick Sanchez to share his expertise.

The European Union’s aviation regulator is worried changes made to the Boeing 737 Max 8 jet’s new software aren’t enough. Meanwhile, a former Ethiopian Airlines engineer claims Boeing has a pattern of corruption, including fabricating documents. Former National Transportation Safety Board official Jamie Finch shares his insights.

Indonesia will be the first government to formally blame Boeing for the deadly malfunction on the Max 8 jet that killed more than 300 people aboard a Lion Air flight in October 2018. Indonesian investigators will submit their report to the NTSB and FAA for review. Former NTSB official Jamie Finch discusses the scandal (13:31).

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