• You don’t need a Max 10 for a better single aisle domestic business class - there’s examples all over the world on 737-800’s.

  • I was hoping not to respond but have to... it’s super clear to all in aviation that if the Max went through complete certification as a new aircraft it would fail the present FAA & EASA standards.  Boeing has done a doggy on the airline industry with the Max - poor decisions, rushe...

  • With some 800 737 Max orders cancelled this year, I think Virgin 2.0 would be crazy to bring it into their fleet.  It’s a dumb decision from Boeing that airlines & passengers should not reward - 1960’s design, 1980’s computers, 2015 engines, 2020 software patches to mak...

  • Think the 777X could be a 2030 product but all new design - Airlines will have a hard time bringing it into their fleet and like B747 & A380 (both amazing aircraft that I loved to fly on) is not a product needed now.  This could be a RIP before release!!!  The world has changed and ...

  • Boeing needs to change its strategy. Thanks to COVID the 777X is the new A380 - too big and the wrong economics for the short to medium future (it's a sad reality of the times). At best it will be a niche aircraft. I don't understand why more energy hasn't been thrown into the 737Max replaceme...

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  • Is the Boeing 737 MAX safe?

    Jun 07, 2019, 03:46 PM

    Boeing 737 Max should not fly again! Under pressure from Airbus they decided to re-engine a 1960's airframe (Boeing have known for over a decade they need a new airframe). The problem was a 420 aircraft order from American Airlines to Airbus for A320neo - Boeing freaked out! And so the process...

  • Love the menu at First in saying that here's the standard order...EnergiserStrong CapFruit saladEgg white omeletteYUM!!!

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