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Margot Durkin Apr 15
No PRODUCT has suffered more? No PRODUCT? Hundreds died. Their families suffer and grieve. You sure know how to highlight priorities,
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Woodys Aeroimages Apr 14
They are quickly running out of room to store 's at Boeing Field as well. They will need to start sending them to either MWH or VCV for storage eventually.
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S. Sule 7h
Replying to @FlyGuyYYC @FlyYYC
Just biding their time, waiting to kill again?
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Alex Macheras Apr 19
In this photo, over $600 million dollars worth of grounded, brand new jets. — (@ Muscat, Oman).
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Michael Graham Apr 11
Not a lot of parking spaces left....
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FlightGlobal 7m
PICTURES: finishes update test flights. Story:
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Maria Langer 🚁 Apr 14
Looks like Wenatchee has begun collecting (?) fuselages. There were 5 sitting here all week; the other two arrived over the weekend.
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Woodys Aeroimages Apr 14
They are quickly running out of room to store 's at
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justinbachman Apr 16
A FAA has concluded pilots won’t need additional simulator training on the Boeing 737 Max once the plane is returned to service via and
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Edit-O-Delete™ 🔞 Apr 17
Replying to @airlivenet
'Operationally suitable'? This statement is as much a joke as the initial certification.
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Saikiran Yellavula Apr 18
Replying to @BoeingCEO
Make a test drives with Boeing CEO and engineers I guarantee they will fear to board 😂
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мaттιaѕ wacнтмeιѕтer 8h
Southwest Airlines Just Made a Truly Stunning Announcement About the Boeing . Gary Kelly said They have no plans to abandon it, but will purchase "hundreds" more 737 Max aircraft. (Will American and United Airlines Follow Their Lead?) |
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Maria Langer 🚁 Apr 17
The fuselage count at Wenatchee reached 13 yesterday afternoon.
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Alex Macheras Apr 17
Latest: Engine manufacturer CFM has instructed airlines to inspect LEAP-1A and -1B engines (which power & ) for a build-up of carbon in fuel nozzles — which could cause engine failure.
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bob nichols Apr 18
Boeing CEO said last week that their anticipated fixes will make the 737 Max "even" safer. "Even"? What was he thinking?
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The thing about helicopters is they have so many single points of failure. The only had one.
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Flightradar24 Apr 18
Replying to @flightradar24
With today's ferry flights, the only Southwest not stored in Victorville is N8712L, which suffered an engine failure while departing last month en route to VCV for storage and returned to MCO.
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Real ♊ Apr 17
Replying to @BoeingCEO @Boeing
We believe in you, these times hard but will surpass soon.
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George Ngareh 8h
. You should be part of the team.
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How the Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks to a Software Developer - IEEE Spectrum
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