President & CEO David Calhoun's email to employees
David GellesINBOX: On first day of job, Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun calls for rank and file to help him “change our company for the better.”
“Many of our stakeholders are rightly disappointed in us,” he says.
Very different tone from past 10 months.
The company had long maintained that the training wasn’t needed to fly the plane, which has been grounded following two deadly crashes.
David GellesUpdated with a lot more context.
The whole reason the Max exists, at a certain level, was because of a push to avoid costly simulator training.
Now, 10 months into the grounding, Boeing has reversed course. w @Nataliekitro