To mitigate the rampant inbreeding of its workforce.
Topics regarding layoffs at Boeing Co.
https://www.wsj.com/articles/boeing-discussing-new-plane-as-it-starts-to-emerge-from-737-max-crisis-11603297986 [paywall] Boeing Discussing New Plane as It Starts to Emerge From 737 MAX Crisis Early talks with customers are focused on a... — read more
When I used to travel on company business, I ate at fast food joints like McDonald's. Total food bill, maybe $20/day. My colleagues, on the other hand, would hit up all the five-star restaurants in the area, the steakhouses and the Italian places... — read more
They got it wrong almost as many times as the people on this site https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/news/2020/10/20/the-maxs-many-returns.html
American Reconsiders 737 MAX Training Schedule: https://www.flyertalk.com/articles/american-reconsiders-737-max-training-schedule.html After putting forward an aggressive training schedule for pilots to re-certified on the “improved” Max, the... — read more
Good luck to all people from the remaining offices of Seattle-area headquarters of Boeing’s commercial-airplane division. I know that the plans are confidential, but even after the dismissal I am still tied to this company, so I wonder if anyone has... — read more
I’ve been hearing about this dang day for MONTHS...so many rumors about the dreaded OCT. 16th. Whatever happens today...Good Luck and God Speed
wait and see.
Any warns out there
You heard it here first. :)
No idea how many, but is happening now, and across the board.
Good luck to all but I have a feeling this will be a big one.
At the start of new year
nothing but excuses and broken promise dates. Wait for months and then they ship stuff that is nowhere near 80% and hope no one notices. God forbid they ever return an email.
His decision to try and do a derivative of the 737 when the fuselage was designed in the 1960s instead of a clean sheet airplane destroyed this company. All because he didn’t wanna affect his bonuses for the three years the development program... — read more
How many planes are just sitting without engines right now?
Anyone else who believes there's a build ahead, before the next round of layoffs? What are you seeing and hearing
https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/07/tech/boeing-starliner-crew-chris-ferguson-scn/index.html Looks like Chris isn't too enthused about the software modifications on his Starliner. Will be interesting to see what happens with this flight.
Any supervisors or office workers get let go too?
I believe that Boeing high level Management need to bring some of the - "Oldie but Goodie retirees " from the past on as contractors short term. Use the knowledge of those from the past that are driven and care about the future to get things back on... — read more
How confident they were, even arrogant, laughing as if they knew something everyone else didn't. And they were DEAD WRONG. The Latest News: Enjoy "Airline stocks fall sharply as union blasts Trump end to stimulus... — read more
We’ve already seen Delta Airlines announce the retirement of their Boeing 777 and 717 fleets, but they probably aren't done yet. I retired long before the pandemics, but the Forbes’s article cited above made me wonder whether Delta retired... — read more
If you follow Dominic Gates in The Seattle Times, you'll know that his unidentified and highly placed Boeing sources have stated the Master Plan was to be out of Puget Sound in 20 years. Covid-19 has simply accelerated it's implementation. Boeing has... — read more
Top Five Bankruptcy Filings for 2020: Chesapeake Energy, Assets of $16.2 billion, liabilities of $11.8 billion, the filing represents the fourth-largest bankruptcy by assets so far in 2020. Neiman Marcus The company's history goes... — read more
The rumors will come to fruition.....
After the MAX debacle, one would think Boeing upper management would be laser-focused on rebuilding it's once stellar reputation for quality and SAFETY. South Carolina is an absolutely known producer of shoddy aircraft that have continuous QC issues... — read more
October 01, 2020 08:01 PM https://www.chicagobusiness.com/manufacturing/lawmakers-seek-records-certification-grounded-737-max The FAA should provide the public with safety assessments and more, leaders of the House Transportation and... — read more
Guess we can officially forget this rumor now lol