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Qantas backs Boeing, saying "the aviation industry needs a strong Boeing."

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06-04

This Tuesday, Qantas publicly stated its support for Boeing, emphasizing the necessity of a strong Boeing for the aviation industry.

On Tuesday, Qantas Airways made a statement supporting Boeing in overcoming its current challenges. This unprecedented crisis has not only led Boeing's management to implement sweeping reforms but also elicited questions and criticism from some of the company's largest clients.

Currently, Boeing is actively searching for a new CEO to replace Dave Calhoun, who will step down at the end of the year. Calhoun's departure is closely tied to the latch issue that occurred on a Boeing aircraft in January, further exacerbating the company's crisis.

At the aviation summit held in Dubai, Qantas Airways CEO Vanessa Hudson stated that the aviation industry needs a strong Boeing. She mentioned that she has communicated with Boeing's management and is confident in their determination and actions to resolve quality issues.

Hudson also emphasized that any successful CEO needs to maintain close contact with front-line employees, customers, and key stakeholders. She believes that understanding the basic operation of an organization is a crucial quality for Boeing's new CEO. She hopes the new CEO can lead Boeing out of its predicament and back to its peak.

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