Boeing did not retain security camera footage showing work on Max jet door that blew out, NTSB says

Yes, it’s true that according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), Boeing did not retain the security camera footage showing the work being performed on a door of the 737 MAX jet that later blew out. The 737 MAX jet was grounded globally in 2019 after two deadly crashes. In regards to the door issue, NTSB stated that the potential evidence of the work performed could have been crucial in the investigation. However, Boeing’s surveillance only retains the footage for 30 days, and the company did not save or document the footage from the period when the work was done on the door. This is also refers to an incident back in 2018, where a passenger door blew off a retrofitted Boeing Co. 777X jet during a stress test. The lack of footage makes it more difficult to investigate the circumstances and causes of these incidents.

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