Apparently Boeing is all butt-hurt about the content of the documents but disclosed them in the interests of transparency. I guess that's a good thing, but this is really bad for the company:
And this is really, really, really bad for the company:
Woah. Boeing employees who built the aircraft won't let their families fly on it.
I don't know if the MAX needs to be a write-off, but I really can't see how you get people flying on this, other than by tricking them. At least, those who pay attention.
Prediction: the first airline that puts them into service and then suffers a crash will be sued out of business, and these documents will be prominent in the legal actions.
And this has the ring of God's Own Truth to it:
"I don't know how to fix these things... it's systemic. It's culture. It's the fact we have a senior leadership team that understand very little about the business and yet are driving us to certain objectives," said an employee in an email dated June 2018.I wonder if criminal indictments are in the leadership team's future?