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Ian Wee Jun 11
Wow, that's downright depressing. ☹️ It's not just the that's in trouble. You've got to wonder about any product now.
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Susan H Jun 12
Boeing Built Deadly Assumptions Into 737 Max, Blind to a Late Design Change can deliver safe planes & do effective project mgmt, but was a cluster f**k. Siloed decisions,single point of failure, poor PM, changes not evaluated. Negligence.
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Dan Catchpole 8h
Do you remember the ? Boeing hopes you don’t. The company appears to have quietly dropped the MAX brand. IAG’s deal was for 737-8s and -10s, not MAX 8 or MAX 10.
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Mobious Professional Consulting Jun 18
What do you think of this news? finds the first buyer for a since its grounding
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Airways Magazine Jun 18
BREAKING: IAG signs LOI 200 a mix between -8 and -10. First order for MAX since crisis began. Walsh was a pilot on 737.
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MyNorthwest.com 🌲 9h
Not every employee is worried about getting back on a
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Bill Lamb Jun 16
seeking to reduce scope, duration of some physical tests for new aircraft” Brilliant. Great timing, guys. Remember: .
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Agrippa 🏛 Jun 16
Replying to @NWTROJAN74
Most 757's still in service are flying relics. Boeing's NMA (797) is slated to replace them and was supposed to be introduced earlier this year. But then Boeing destroyed itself with the and new Dreamliner groundings.
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Go Pack Go 9h
If silly is concerned & had issues in the simulator, game over
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S. Sule Jun 17
Accepting criminal negligence (at least) is a far cry from being "sorry". Accepting ownership of the fact that software can never turn the into something aerodynamically stable is what passengers need to regain confidence in any product.
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PAndersonC12 11h
The 737 has been that way for a LONG time. And has always known it. At some point, they decided that no longer needed to know how to recover from that corner of the operation envelope.
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Nitin Shrotri Jun 16
and now #787 Pilots reveal safety fears over Boeing’s fleet of Dreamliners | Business | The Guardian
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Melati 35m
I don't think "rebranding" is going to make me forget this.
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Steve Daniels Jun 17
Ladies and gentlemen of Twitter, start your engines and help rename its to be rid of any, shall we say, negative connotations
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Brandon Farris 10h
Replying to @jonostrower
Or did they just call it’s official type and choose not to use Max? If you look on tbe FAA site, the official type is 737-8/-9/-7/-10. Max is only a marketing thing. Here’s N67501-UA 3M9, N324RA-AA 3M8 and N8701Q-WN 3M8.
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Edward Russell 17h
Physical strength of pilots emerges as issue in returning to flight (via )
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S. Sule Jun 17
Replying to @FlyingPhotog @Boeing
Alternative names for 's ? 737MaxedOut 737Euthenasia 737Stealth (won't work because is the only common denominator) or possibly 737Cargo Other suggestions?
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Mike Jun 12
Let's see here. An aircraft that the FAA and airlines said was safe is not, and needs 9 months to be supposedly safe again. I say ground them permanently, stop production and part them out. Time to design a new aircraft. The was one mod too far.
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Dan Behringer ✪ Jun 17
Boeing CEO on 737 Max: "We'll get it back up in the air when it's safe."
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S. Sule Jun 17
Marketing is often defined as putting lipstick on a pig. How much lipstick does it take to make a deathtrap like the aerodynamically unstable attractive to passengers when rely on a software fix that cannot address the hardware design failures?
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