Ex-Boeing engineer reveals even his own family won't fly on troubled 737 Max plane as he slams 'lack of resources' and 'incredibly pressurised' design process following two crashes
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July 29, 2019 - by MARTIN ROBINSON for dailymail.co.uk
- Adam Dickson led team who worked on plane, which was grounded worldwide
- He said jet designed with 'system that didn't function properly or accurately'
- He said: 'My family won't fly on a 737 Max. The culture was very cost-centred'
- Boeing denied credibility of his account and said: 'We did not cut corners'
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A former senior Boeing engineer has today admitted his own family would not travel on a 737 Max jet - even though he helped design it.
Adam Dickson led a team who worked on the plane, which has been grounded since March after 346 people were killed in separate crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia.
Mr Dickson, who worked at Boeing for 30 years, also claims there was a 'lack of sufficient resources' to properly manufacture Boeing's controversial plane.
He said: 'My family won't fly on a 737 Max. It's frightening to see such a major incident because of a system that didn't function properly or accurately.' ...
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