U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer desires Boeing to be faraway from a Federal Aviation Administration rulemaking committee as investigations deepen into each the corporate and regulator’s position in two deadline airline crashes.
Senate Democratic Chief Schumer mentioned Sunday that Boeing must be suspended from the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee, which makes suggestions on airline business rules. He additionally desires the membership and actions of the committee to be made public and recommended additional reforms to the committee.
Congress is trying intently on the relationship between Boeing and the FAA after two latest lethal crashes. Each crashes concerned a Boeing jet green-lighted by the U.S. regulator, which relied closely on security assessments made by Boeing staff.
The FAA mentioned it had not acquired Schumer’s request and would offer a response when it does. A consultant for Boeing was not instantly out there.