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).

Int’l air safety panel to grill FAA

An international air safety panel is criticizing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for a lack of oversight over Boeing and its certification process. The infamous Boeing 737 Max8 crashes caused more than 300 deaths. Former director of Government, Public and Family Affairs at the National Transportation Safety Board Jamie Finch joins Scottie Nell Hughes to share his expertise.

Problematic 737 Max Jets SHELVED Until 2020

Holland Cooke is joined by former NTSB official Jamie Finch to break down what the suspension of Boeing’s 737 MAX flagship aircraft into 2020 means for the aviation industry. Following sweeping concerns about the plane’s autopilot feature which contributed to the Ethiopian Airline and Lion Air tragedies, will pilots and passengers EVER be able to trust Boeing’s aircraft again?

Former director for the Office of Government, Public, and Family Affairs at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) joins Rick Sanchez to share his insights on the investigation into Boeing and its doomed 737 Max8 project.

Why are 3,000 pilots suing Boeing?

Boeing and their battle with the FAA over their 737 Max 8 planes