It’s always been the most important thing, lel
I actually foresee the grounding of max aircraft. But the question is will another aircraft along with lives get lost or will Boeing rectify the problem for good before this decision is passed.
If it’s true will Boeing have to recall all of them back to Seattle ?
It would most likely be similar to the 787 problem. Ground the planes at the airlines’ respective hubs then once a solution is found, the various airlines will get their engineers to implement the solution on their aircraft then the aircraft would return to service.
I’d feel bad if I liked Boeing as it is…frankly this is just Boeing showing their incompetence and deceit. I didn’t expect more from them 🤷🏼♂️ #Airbus
Crazy to hear and think about, especially after flying on a Max 8 last night.
Somewhere, William Boeing is looking down in anger…
Hoping Boeing can recover from this hit.
Somewhere at Boeing hq…
“The 737 max is a little behind schedule, we gotta do something. I suggest putting in bathrooms from previous models.”
“No, how about we don’t take our time with the VITAL SYSTEMS FOR THE AIRCRAFT”
BOEING WHAT ARE YOU DOING THATS DANGEROUS AS HECK
It’s sad to see this happen. Hopefully the learn there lessons and don’t do his with the 777X and future Aircraft. Also I’m hoping that Boeing can fix the problem.
As long as my dear Airbus doesn’t do this I’m fine! 😆
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