Boeing CEO McNerney Statement on Joint FAA, Boeing 787 Review

Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:32pm EST

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CHICAGO,  Jan. 11, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) Chairman, President
and CEO  Jim McNerney  issued the following statement today after U.S.
Transportation Secretary  Ray LaHood  and FAA Administrator  Michael P. Huerta 
announced that the FAA and Boeing will start a review of the 787's recent issues
and critical systems:

"Boeing shares the same commitment to air travel safety that Transportation
Secretary LaHood and FAA Administrator Huerta spoke of this morning in 
Washington, D.C.  We also stand 100 percent behind the integrity of the 787 and
the rigorous process that led to its successful certification and entry into
service. We look forward to participating in the joint review with the FAA, and
we believe it will underscore our confidence, and the confidence of our
customers and the traveling public, in the reliability, safety and performance
of the innovative, new 787 Dreamliner."

Contact:

John Dern
Boeing Corporate Offices
312-544-2002

 

 

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