B737 MAX – Will You Fly on One ?

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  • Swissdiver

    For all the reasons you give, I’d fly one with pleasure as it will be certified only after the FAA is 200% sure it is safe.

    Yes, Swissdiver, thanks, and I respect your comment. But surely the FAA has to be 200% sure any aircraft is safe? —- I suggest that they did not regarding the 737 MAX before the 2 deadly crashes killing 346 people.

    FAA did a very poor job with the B737max. This is why they have to be faultless on this occasion.

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    The inspector generals report says Boeing shielded key 737 Max details from FAA

    The FAA report

    and so the saga rolls on to its ultimate disastrous conclusion which at best could be an aircraft that few major countries would be prepared to certify and that few would be prepared to fly on.

    There are reports in the US that Boeing is looking at bringing back the McDonnell Douglas brand. Perhaps it would be a good idea to also bring back the aircraft updated with new engines

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