Boeing has released a document of more than 100 pages of internal company communications that further casts the company’s actions around the troubled 737 Max in a bad light.
The documents were sent Thursday to the House and Senate committees that have been probing Boeing’s design of the plane.
The company’s release included an apology for the content of the documents.
Many of the documents revolve around the development and qualification of 737 Max simulators in 2017 and 2018.
The planes have been grounded since March 2019.
The company’s statement raises the possibility that the documents could further delay its 10-month effort to get approval for the 737 Max to fly once again.