Boeing executives apologize at Paris Air Show for 737MAX crashes

Boeing executives apologized Monday to airlines and the families of those who died in two recent crashes involving its new 737 Max 8 aircraft.

“We are very sorry for the loss of lives,” Kevin McAllister, president and CEO of Boeing’s commercial aircraft, said at a press conference at the industry-wide Paris Air Show.

McAllister also apologized “for the disruption” to airlines and passengers as a result.

“It is a pivotal moment for all of us,” he added. “It’s a time for us to make sure that accidents like this never happen again.”

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