Boeing changes executive in charge of the 737 Max factory

FILE - In this May 19, 2016, file photo, Eric Lindblad, vice president in charge of the Boeing 777X wing, looks over the "clean" room area of the new 777X Composite Wing Center, a day ahead of its grand opening in Everett, Wash. Lindblad, the executive who manages the Boeing 737 Max program and the Seattle-area factory where the now-grounded plane is built, said he planned to retire last summer, and a Boeing spokesman said Thursday, July 11, 2019, that Lindblad's decision was unrelated to two deadly accidents involving Max jets.