Boeing did not warn airlines of deactivated warning system, WSJ reports


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The Wall Street Journal reports that Boeing did not tell Southwest Airlines, its biggest 737 Max customer, that a safety feature designed to warn pilots about a malfunctioning sensor had been deactivated. The Journal also reports that investigators are looking into a dozen whistleblower complaints alleging safety problems with Boeing’s 737 Max jets. The “Squawk Box” team reports.

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