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Boeing establishes chief safety officer

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According to Bloomberg, Boeing’s decision to appoint Mike Delaney, vice president of digital transformation of Boeing’s civil aircraft group with rich experience in aircraft research and development and engineering, as chief aviation safety officer, with immediate effect, which is a new high after the 737MAX incident.

Level management position. Delaney will be responsible for internal security matters, including security measures introduced after the 737 MAX security incident, and will report to Greg Hyslop, the lead engineer.

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