- The head of Boeing’s 737 program is retiring, according to a report from Bloomberg.
- Eric Lindblad has been in the position for about a year, and has been at Boeing for 34 years.
- Boeing told employees that Lindblad’s retirement is unrelated to the ongoing 737 Max crisis.
The head of Boeing’s 737 program, Eric Lindblad, is set to retire, Boeing announced Thursday afternoon according to a new report.
The 34-year Boeing executive’s resignation will trigger a leadership shakeup for both the 737 program and the proposed new mid-range aircraft, also referred to as the “New Midsize Airplane,” or “NMA,” that Boeing is developing to read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com