New Report Blames Boeing For 737 MAX Plane Crashes

Grounded Gol Airlines, Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Boeing facilities in Moses Lake, Wash., last month
Grounded Gol Airlines, Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Boeing facilities in Moses Lake, Wash., last month
Grounded Gol Airlines, Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Boeing facilities in Moses Lake, Wash., last month
Grounded Gol Airlines, Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Boeing facilities in Moses Lake, Wash., last month

New Report Blames Boeing For 737 MAX Plane Crashes

Indonesian investigators on Thursday released a report directly blaming Chicago-based aerospace company Boeing for two crashes of its 737 Max jets that killed 346 people.

The report came the same week Boeing pushed out one of its top leaders for failing to turn over key documents to the FAA and Congressional investigators.

Reset checks in with two reporters following the fallout.

GUEST: Maureen Tkacik, freelance writer based in Washington, D.C.

David Schaper, NPR national desk correspondent based in Chicago