Boeing has agreed to pay the US government $12 million as part of a safety compliance settlement with FAA that also includes a pledge by the manufacturer to improve its certification processes. FAA does not allege that “unsafe conditions” were created by Boeing, but the agency had initiated two safety compliance cases against Boeing and also had “11 other matters [with Boeing] that were opened during the last several years,” it said in a statement. The ...

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