Former Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, who resigned last month due to improper response to two plane crashes and the grounding of the 737 Max, will leave the company for $ 62.2 million. This was stated by the aircraft manufacturer.

However, the company added that Muilenburg would not receive additional severance pay or remuneration for 2019 and his remuneration in the form of shares in the amount of 14.6 thousand. USD.

Muilenburg was recalled in late December after he failed to reach 737 Max aircraft back into service. Post of CEO on Monday will be officially taken over by the head of the supervisory board David Calhoun. The new director gets basic salary 1.4 mil. But potentially several million more in the form of rewards and shares, including the amount of 7 mil. USD if Max gets the machine back to service. The Max aircraft was grounded in March last year after accidents in Indonesia and Ethiopia, in which 346 people died.

Former Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, who resigned last month due to improper response to two plane crashes and the grounding of the 737 Max, will leave the company for $ 62.2 million. This was stated by the aircraft manufacturer.

However, the company added that Muilenburg would not receive additional severance pay or remuneration for 2019 and his remuneration in the form of shares in the amount of 14.6 thousand. USD.

Muilenburg was recalled in late December after he failed to reach 737 Max aircraft back into service. Post of CEO on Monday will be officially taken over by the head of the supervisory board David Calhoun. The new director gets basic salary 1.4 mil. But potentially several million more in the form of rewards and shares, including the amount of 7 mil. USD if Max gets the machine back to service. The Max aircraft was grounded in March last year after accidents in Indonesia and Ethiopia, in which 346 people died.