AA extends 737MAX-related cancellations to Sept.3rd

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  1. 787nightmare

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    BCA never learns....definition of ARROGANCE.
    They took the cheaper route, developed the MAX, instead of a whole new airframe(hence the name MAX...)
    And the AB NEO is having it's share of engine seal issues...so the champagne has been put away for a while.
     
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  3. robbedagain

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    I didnt know AB NEO having engine issues.
     
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    I understand that Boeing is mega rich but damn can you imagine is going to cost in the end.
    All these airlines are going to want money for those planes sitting.
     
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    There was a video floating around several months ago about shoddy work at the 787 plant. Workers were under cover talking on video stating they would not fly on the 787.

     
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    I'm sure Boeing will get through this mess and as usual the flying public and media will move on.
     
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    Our Leep engines were having gear box issues, and fuel nozzles issues, before the grounding order came. So this Airplane has issues.
     
  10. robbedagain

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    Ok. Thx for info. Remember the DC 10 grounding. Dont recall if it was cargo door latch or something but i believe boein will eventually overcome
     
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    Engine separation from pylon.
     
  12. robbedagain

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    Thats what it was. Thx
     
  13. B737 driver

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    In 1972 A DC10 crashed for the aft cargo door coming open in flight, when it departed the aircraft , it caused the upper deck floor to collapse and take out the control cables, causing the aircraft to crash. This caused a redesign of the cargo door latch.
     
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    Allegations relating to the 787 Dreamliner have centered on shoddy work and cutting corners at the company’s South Carolina plant.
     
  15. robbedagain

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    Thx for update 737 appreciate it!
     
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