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An update on Boeing 737 MAX

It appears that my hopes will come true: EASA is independently reviewing the revised designs for Boeing 737 MAX before allowing it to fly again in Europe. Obviously, as previously told, having EASA base their certification on FAA having allowed … Continue reading

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Boeing 737 Max, a thought

The more I read about the possible causes for the Boeing 737 Max crashes, the more I think it looks like the management failures that lead to the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, perhaps best described in Richard P. Feynman’s “What … Continue reading

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Physical demands on pilots

As a follow-up to the stories about MCAS on the Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes, this video also shows just how physical piloting can be: (Youtube)

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What the Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashes tells us

The US Department of Transportion is now investigating the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) approval of the Boeing 737 MAX planes and so far it would appear that it could be bad. In fact, much of the certification might have been … Continue reading

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