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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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Airways Magazine 17h
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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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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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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your PHX CW 8h
is open to changing the name of their
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Moore Aerospace Jun 14
Replying to @RepSamGraves
Appropriately trained pilots would recognize the Horizontal pitch trim wheel and indicator bug moving eradicately and in an uncontrolled manner and flipped the two switches to their OFF position and flew the airplane back to base. NOT fault NOT issue
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Moore Aerospace Jun 14
Replying to @RepSamGraves
3rd: All issues reported through current investigation would not effect Airworthiness & was fully correctable thru routine SB alerts. should never been grounded.
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Chuyi Chuang May 30
737 MAX awaiting for FAA’s approval to return to service
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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO 4h
sells its first planes since deadly crashes. via
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דניאל 11h
IAG order of the 737 Max 8 and 10 aircraft signal a turn around in fortunes and its time to get back in? That what the smart money says, also this bulk letter of Intent roping in Korean air too.
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Thornton Law Firm Jun 11
Boeing wanted to wait 3 years to fix safety alert on 737 Max
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Moore Aerospace Jun 16
Totally agree with that service bulletin should of been issued expeditiously upon knowledge of the issue. However, it still isn't an Airworthiness issue, and doesn't effect safety of flight. never should of been grounded.
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muhammad fall Jun 17
have opened the first day of the by apologizing for the two crashes involving their aircraft.
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Reza 9h
⁩ Embattled Gets a Key Win With Its First Post-Crash Deal
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Mite Mite 🇨🇦🇲🇲 Jun 14
The overwhelming pressure of an ignorant public has overridden due process by engineers, pilots, investigators, expert decision makers & problem solvers. Instead of addressing the fundamental issue revealed by the accidents, more lines of code will "help" pilots fly.
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Jason Rabinowitz 17h
Whoaaaa now. This is a huge win for . IAG signs a letter of intent for 200 at . Combination of MAX 8 and MAX 10
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Steve Grzanich 10h
Boeing announces first sale of 737 Max jets since deadly crashes. Owner of British Airlines, Iberia and Aer Lingus to buy 200 of the planes.
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yi_zhang 3h
Multinational corporations have deep roots, and it is difficult for small waves to shake their special status. How to regain the trust of ordinary people is the urgent problem for Boeing to solve.
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