Boeing shifts execs amid 737 MAX controversy

Stan Deal
Stan Deal, who was in charge of Boeing Global Services, now heads the aerospace giant’s commercial airplanes division. (Boeing via Twitter)

Boeing is shifting the head of its growing Global Services division to take over its troubled Commercial Services division, in hopes that his familiarity with supply chains and customers will counter a growing controversy over automated control systems on Boeing’s 737 MAX jets.

The company said Stan Deal, who had been president and CEO of Boeing Global Services, is replacing Kevin McAllister, who was president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

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By Alan Boyle

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