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#566960 - 17/03/19 06:25 PM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: +8Rich]
Alistair Offline
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That is just shocking.

"Delegated to Boeing
The FAA, citing lack of funding and resources, has over the years delegated increasing authority to Boeing to take on more of the work of certifying the safety of its own airplanes.

Early on in certification of the 737 MAX, the FAA safety engineering team divided up the technical assessments that would be delegated to Boeing versus those they considered more critical and would be retained within the FAA.

But several FAA technical experts said in interviews that as certification proceeded, managers prodded them to speed the process. Development of the MAX was lagging nine months behind the rival Airbus A320neo. Time was of the essence for Boeing."
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#566961 - 17/03/19 06:38 PM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: +8Rich]
Stewart S Offline
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Thanks for posting
Yes very worrying
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#566965 - 17/03/19 06:58 PM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: IcePack]
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That is simply appalling.
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#566967 - 17/03/19 07:02 PM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: +8Rich]
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I wonder if this is a manifestation of Mr Trump’s “America first” policy

Truly beyond appalling
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#567013 - 17/03/19 11:15 PM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: Robbie]
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It's the sort of thing you can enjoy once you start getting rid of all that "unnecessary regulation".
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#567034 - 18/03/19 06:59 AM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: pandy]
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Originally Posted By pandy
It's the sort of thing you can enjoy once you start getting rid of all that "unnecessary regulation".

ooo laugh2 redcard nono laugh2
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#567041 - 18/03/19 07:41 AM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: pandy]
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Nice one Giles! laugh2
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#567043 - 18/03/19 07:45 AM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: pandy]
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Originally Posted By pandy
It's the sort of thing you can enjoy once you start getting rid of all that "unnecessary regulation".


Boom, as the younger set would say these days.
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#567049 - 18/03/19 08:21 AM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: +8Rich]
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When booking a holiday or business travel I never asked what type of aircraft would be used. None of us do because we assume that the authorities are looking after us. Well we know different now.
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#567050 - 18/03/19 08:43 AM Re: US to ground all Boeing crash aircraft [Re: +8Rich]
Peter J Offline
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Another reason why regulatory bodies need to be properly funded and Big Business kept under scrutiny.
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