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During a recent trip to Europe for talks on the conflicts in Ukraine and Gaza, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and other State Department officials encountered issues with a Boeing jet. Specifically, an Air Force C-40 jet, a modified version of Boeing 737, experienced undisclosed problems, prompting them to travel by car between Paris and Brussels. Despite these challenges, Blinken arrived safely in Brussels for a meeting of NATO foreign ministers.

This is the second time this year that Blinken has faced problems with a Boeing plane during travels. In January, a similar model of the plane encountered an oxygen leak issue, leading to Blinken traveling back in a smaller jet. Boeing has come under scrutiny after an incident involving a 737 Max plane in January. A door plug blew off during an Alaska Airlines flight, creating a hole in the aircraft. Subsequent investigations into Boeing’s practices have raised concerns about the safety and quality of their jets.

These incidents have brought more attention to issues with Boeing jets, particularly older models. While many problems on these aircraft may not have been directly caused by Boeing, the focus on their safety and reliability has increased. The media coverage of these incidents has highlighted questions surrounding the quality of Boeing aircraft and their adherence to safety standards. As such, it is likely that further scrutiny will be placed on the company’s practices in the coming months and years.

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