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Boeing refutes new safety concerns over its Max Fraud


A number of potentially serious problems have been reported
during 737 Max flights.
Boeing insists the aircraft is both safe and reliable.
However on 14 October, a 737 Max took off from Boeing Field
in Seattle, bound for Brussels. It was a delivery flight, taking the
brand-new plane to start work for its owners, the travel group Tui.

But minutes into the 5,000-mile journey, the pilots reported an urgent
"flight control problem" and had to turn back.
The aircraft landed safely shortly afterwards.

How many Max aircraft have had to have their
MCAS system turned off to safeguard life.
How many times has our new and improved Max Dҽathtrap Failed?
Nice, the way data gets No Public Notice by the FAA

There have been more than 180 such reports since the 737 Max Fraud
returned to service.
Nice New Deathtrap you got there Boeing, Congrats…

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Post ID: @OP+1e1hyPiS

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Boeing management will refute everything, but when proven wrong, management will find a scape goat, fire a single executive and several senior workers, restructure the unit and call it done. But really, nothing will be changed. Sad story. I do not think Boeing is going to recover. Maybe China will invest into Boeing and have engineering be done in China... at this point, everything is possible. Lousy, lousy management.

Post ID: @3ene+1e1hyPiS

An American term used to describe cheap Chinese cгap

Post ID: @2bkq+1e1hyPiS

“the aircraft is both safe and reliable” --- 🤣 🤣 🤣
It’s a Safe bet that our Max will Reliably create another smoldering pit

Post ID: @1tno+1e1hyPiS

We are suffering from a staph infection called management
It is resistant against penicillin and reason, and is terminal.

Post ID: @bth+1e1hyPiS

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