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Joseph Robertson Sep 11
Unless the is physically redesigned to remove any need for AI-correction of flight angle, it should never be allowed to fly.
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JetPhotos Sep 11
Stored at Boeing Field. © zhangmx969
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Woodys Aeroimages Sep 15
EI-HEJ 737-8 200 painted on the flight line. This is the first that no longer carries any reference to "737 MAX" or "737-8200" on the nose like previously painted Ryanair MAX's
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Walter White Aug 16
Completely rebuild LEAP-1B engine now fully works including spinner.
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Enrique Perrella Aug 13
: Norwegian Air will axe all its transatlantic routes from its three Irish bases in Dublin, Shannon, Cork to the US. Even though they didn't directly blame the for the closure, they said the routes are "no longer commercially viable." Story:
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Sputnik Jul 29
Boeing engineer opens up: ‘My family won't fly on a
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JetPhotos Sep 2
Undelivered aircraft parked at Boeing Field. © xuxinyi1000
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Flightradar24 Aug 5
off the coast of Washington today. This aircraft is Boeing’s 7 test aircraft. It last flew in June. Follow live:
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Sputnik Aug 2
Boeing scrambles to tackle another flaw in troubled 737 aircraft – report
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Valentin Brossard Sep 14
When you dig a bit on technical aspects, you find out that part of what has been said on the is wrong (or at least exaggerated). It's long, technical, but it's one of the best article I've read on the subject. Thanks
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Times of Oman Jul 21
: cancels nearly 900 flights over grounding of planes.
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Paul Thompson Aug 2
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly affirms confidence in the : "There's no better 175 seat airplane."
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MarketWall.com Sep 16
According to Reuters, a source said that would be telling its suppliers that the is expected to back in the air by early November. But the planes must undergo several days of test flights before being certified to return to service.
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Seeji Sundarakshan Jul 28
"When the second crashed I expected difficulties for Boeing. But I never thought that it could bring the company down. Now I am no longer sure of that" There are far too many issues resulting from cutting corners are being identified & it's scary. ..from
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Oak Bay Gazette📰 Jul 28
SCUBA diving enthusiasts excited by announcement of new artificial reef program.
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Tom Podolec Aviation Jul 31
PHOTO Sunwing in Planet Hollywood livery sitting outside their hangar in Toronto. This aircraft was delivered just prior to the worldwide grounding. It has never carried any revenue passengers. C-FAXD Boeing 737 Max 8
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Seth Miller Aug 16
A CEO resigns while RFID and VR tech grow. Plus multiple airlines adding new types to their fleet and some route network shifts thanks to the grounding. Another great week of exciting news in the Update!
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Moon of Alabama 6h
MoA: 14,000 Words Of "Blame The Pilots" That Whitewash Boeing Of 737 MAX Failure
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Business Insider SA 4h
A damning new report on the 737 Max blames 'inexperienced pilots' and the low-cost airlines who employ them — not Boeing
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Tim Robinson Sep 18
'What we had in the two downed airplanes was a textbook failure of airmanship' MUST READ long-form article from William Langewiesche in NYTimes magazine on MCAS and global safety standards & training
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