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Air Safety / Boeing / Quality Control #323844

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 25, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Boeing Company reported announcing that no faulty engine alarm systems have been found after investigation; recent crash in Great Britain recalled. Report introduced.

(Seattle, WA: John Blackstone) Pressure upon Boeing to maintain high prod. levels while assuring quality control discussed; details given, scenes shown. [Boeing employment Lester WARBY - comments on lack of quality control.] [In shadows, EX-EMPL. - comments on safety violations at Boeing.] Boeing's treatment of empls. discussed. [Boeing employment Bill ARGLIN - comments on mandatory overtime.] Empl. Michael McMullin's letter to company with regard to dangers of overtime quoted on screen. [Aviation writer John NANCE - comments.] [Boeing SPOKESPERSON - refuses to answer questions with regard to Boeing's quality control.] Problems with Boeing 747s noted.

Reporter(s):
Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:30

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