Brother of Plane Crash Victim to Aid Review of Boeing Safety

WASHINGTON — Federal officials have appointed a group of experts to examine safety practices at Boeing, including an aerospace engineer whose sister was killed in one of the crashes involving Boeing 737 Max jets.
The Federal Aviation Administration said the panel—required under a 2020 law passed by Congress—includes people from the FAA, NASA, airlines, and aviation manufacturers. The group will have nine months to issue findings and recommendations.
Among the panel members named Thursday is Javier de Luis, a lecturer in aeronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His sister, Graziella de Luis Ponce, was a passenger on the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing Max that crashed in March 2019…. Source

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