Would you fly on a 737 MAX

#1

So I was wondering if you would fly on the 737 MAX.

  • No
  • Yes
  • Only if it was rebranded by Boeing
  • Only if Vin Scully was the pilot

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#2

How would “rebranding” be a solution

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#3

People wouldn’t be scared if it was under a different name for some people.

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#4

I’m seriously wondering what Vin Scully has to do with this post at all…?

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#5

If Boeing survives through this, you can bet the 737 Max will be the safest aircraft to fly.

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#6

Well he is a good pilot and people might not be scared if he flew it.

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#7

Vin Scully is a retired sports announcer for the LA Dodgers…

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#8

Maybe did you mix up “Scully” with “Sully”? 😂

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#9

Yeah did mix that up will fix that

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#10

And this is why rational answers should never be sought from people.

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#11

Will change later have to go

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#12

I think Vin Scully works. At least he’d tell a neat story over the PA…

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#13

Personally I’m not scared to fly on the 737 max with the high amount of flight hours they have. However with some airlines I wouldn’t fly it. Also if I happen to see that a flight I am buying is operated by a B38M, I would just choose another flight.

In other words, not scared to fly it but not trying to either

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#14

I would have no problem flying on US registered 737 Max today or even before they were grounded.

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#15

There’s no way to know that for certain, although I strongly hope there are no future accidents.

#16

Um, yes they would, unless they lack basic intelligence. Boeing does not equal FBI, the people will know

#17

I would be so grateful if I got to fly on a MAX! Always been one of my dreams. ;D

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#18

It would probably fool a lot of people. Honestly, most don’t even care what plane they’re on.

#19

Yea but it wouldn’t fool EASA, and other aircraft certification companies.

#20

Why would you not fly it? If you spent $5000 to go on a vacation of a lifetime and the only way to reach the destination is by plane on the Boeing 737 MAX, would you decide to not go because of a meager 3 hour plane ride? Probably not.

The media likes fear-mongering the general public. Sure, the plane had a technical malfunction which caused 2 crashes in a short time span. Surely if the same thing occurred, but only 2 years apart, the reaction would be totally different. As statistics say, a person is 9 times more likely to get into a car accident than a plane crash. Plus, car accidents happen every single day, yet it is still one of the integral modes of transport around the globe. I still have faith in all aircraft manufacturers. Flying is definitely the safest way of traveling.

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