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aviation: German increase in safety notices at Boeing after incident

Boeing recorded a six-fold increase in safety alerts from its employees in the first two months of 2024 compared to the same period last year, the aircraft manufacturer announced in its international safety report. The increase in reports came after an incident on January 5, when a cabin panel in a new Boeing 737 Max 9 operated by Alaska Airlines broke off during flight.

A report released in February by a panel of experts examining Boeing’s safety management processes found a « disconnect » between the company’s leadership and the employees responsible for the safety culture. Boeing is responding with comprehensive measures to further improve the safety and compliance of its products and services.

“Our actions are aimed at making further improvements to ensure safety, regulatory compliance and conformity of our products and services without compromise,” said Mike Delaney, Boeing’s Chief Aerospace Safety Officer.

The sharp increase in safety alerts shows increased employee awareness and commitment to the company’s safety culture. Boeing plans to optimize internal communication and management processes to prevent such incidents in the future and to further increase safety standards.

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