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"Sully" Sullenberger testifies that the Boeing 737 Max was "fatally flawed": NPR

Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, accompanied by other pilots and former FAA administrator Randy Babbitt, speaks at the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure about the status of the Boeing 737 MAX on Capitol Hill in Washington. Andrew Harnik / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Andrew Harnik / AP Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, accompanied by other pilots and former FAA administrator …

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Boeing's latest 737 MAX issue: Pilots' physical strength

LE BOURGET, France Boeing Co.'S BA -1.44% 737 MAX jetliners in the air were delayed in part by concerns as to whether the average pilot has sufficient physical strength to move one mechanical crank to turn in extreme cases emergencies. The concern has made the crank – which moves a horizontal plate at the stern of the aircraft – to …

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Chesley & # 39; Sully & # 39; s; Sullenberger says he fought the flight simulation with the Boeing 737 MAX

"Recently I learned all these warnings in a 737 MAX flight simulator during the accident rebuilding, and although I knew what would happen, I could see how the crews could have run out of time before they encountered the problems could have solved. "Chesley" Sully "Sullenberger said before these accidents, it was unlikely that US-American pilots were confronted in the …

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Southwestern pilots seek compensation for the Boeing 737 Max impact

Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX aircraft will be deployed on the runway at the Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville, California, on March 28, 2019. Mark Ralston | AFP | Getty Images PARIS – The Southwest Airlines pilots union will claim compensation from Boeing for covering the legal costs and loss of revenue of the pilots due to the 737 …

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Boeing finds the first buyer for a 737 Max since its inception

Boeing ( BA ) and IAG, the owner of Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and other European airlines, issued a letter of intent to purchase the jets at the Paris Air Show. Although the IAG uses Boeing's jumbo jets, the purchase is a major shift for the IAG, which now almost exclusively uses aircraft of the rival's [A320 family] Airbus …

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How Boeing Bean Counters applied for the 737 MAX disaster

It was 1964 and Gerhard Holtje was very angry with Boeing. His title, Managing Director and Chief Engineer of the German airline Lufthansa, underscored its importance. With foresight and sophisticated technical skills, he had been instrumental in leading Lufthansa into the jet age and establishing it as a world-class airline. He did so with the help of Boeing. Boeing's first …

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Boeing 737 Max and 737 Next Generation Leading-Edge Slat Track Assembly Issue on its passenger airplanes

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released a statement 737 Next Generation (NG) may have been improperly manufactured. Boeing said the part known as a leading-edge slat track – a mechanism that modifies the lift and drag characteristics of the plane's wings during take-offs and landings – According to the FAA, 32 Boeing NG, and 33 Boeing Max aircraft have …

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