Boeing Pledges $100 Million to Families of 737 Max Crash Victims

By Jeremy Del Nero on 3 July 2019
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DSC_0420 (1)Boeing said Tuesday it would set aside $100 million for financial support of families and communities that were affected by two fatal crashes of its 737 Max aircraft.

The move comes as the aircraft manufacturer is trying to restore its reputation, tarnished by the two tragedies.

“We at Boeing are sorry for the tragic loss of lives in both of these accidents,” said Dennis Muilenburg, the company’s CEO, who added that he hopes “this initial outreach can help bring them comfort.”

The Chicago-based company said that the funds would be costs that include living expenses for families, community development, and education.

“We know every person who steps aboard one of our airplanes places their trust in us,” said Muilenburg, adding that “We are focused on re-earning that trust and confidence from our customers and the flying public in the months ahead.”

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