The Dutch parliament has proceeded to reopen an inquiry into the 2009 Turkish Airlines crash in Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport on February 26, 2009.
Dutch lawmaker Jan Paternotte advised Euronews that MPs are”worried Boeing might have attempted to strongarm our security authority.”
According to a statement from the Dutch Safety Board, “that the key-question whether courses of those TK1951-crash were adequately discovered by Boeing and the American government, this is expected to be a part of this continuing global investigation in the current crashes of Boeing 737 Max.”
The committee tweeted that”questions are raised regarding the study in recent days.”
Paternotte noted it is European authorities who will determine whether the 737 Max is’fit to fly European airspace’ and that Boeing has diminished at this time to discuss additional data of interest to the crash together, does not fill them with assurance.
Euronews has reached out to Boeing for remark.