Questions are flying around about airplane safety

Questions are flying around about airplane safety

January 25, 20241 min read

The Boeing Corporation is the recognized pioneer in aviation and aircraft manufacturing, but now significant quality control concerns are mounting in light of recent near disasters associated with Boeing's planes. David Primo, professor of political science and business administration at the University of Rochester, is available to tackle some of the regulatory, crisis management and reputational questions related to Boeing's recent safety problems, including:

1) This is just the latest in a string of black eyes for Boeing on safety. How badly will the company’s bottom line suffer as a result?

2) Has the company learned from how it handled the initial crisis with its MAX planes resulting from the fatal Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes?

3) What does the company need to do to prevent further damage to its reputation?

4) How will this change the nature of the relationship between Boeing and its main US regulator, the FAA?

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  • David Primo
    David Primo Ani and Mark Gabrellian Professor, Professor of Political Science and Business Administration

    An expert in American politics; campaign finance; corporate political strategy, social responsibility & fiscal policy; & airline industry.

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