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Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by jimntx, Jun 10, 2019.
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.
I didnt know AB NEO having engine issues.
And just when things are bad enough for Boeing this pops up.
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.
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.
I'm sure Boeing will get through this mess and as usual the flying public and media will move on.
Our Leep engines were having gear box issues, and fuel nozzles issues, before the grounding order came. So this Airplane has issues.
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
Engine separation from pylon.
Thats what it was. Thx
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.
Allegations relating to the 787 Dreamliner have centered on shoddy work and cutting corners at the company’s South Carolina plant.
Thx for update 737 appreciate it!