Boeing told to redesign engine covers on 737 planes after fatal incident l ABC News

After a broken fan blade caused the left engine to explode and pierce the jet’s skin on a Southwest flight last April, the NTSB urged all 6,800 Boeing 737 planes in service to redesign the covers.
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29 thoughts on “Boeing told to redesign engine covers on 737 planes after fatal incident l ABC News

  1. Boeing is reaping the seeds of years of cost cutting at the expense of safety. Also, add years of conservative push for deregulation by the FAA, and we now have a perfect storm. Why is Airbus, a supposedly government-run aircraft manufacturer, not having safety problems at the scale and scope of Boeing? Simply put, Airbus does not prioritize profit and corporate greed over the safety of the travelling public. Boeing is a poster child of how dangerous unbridled capitalism can be for public safety. I just hope that the current corrupt regime in the White House does not bail out Boeing with tax dollars. Let them feel the pain and pay the price, evening if it means downsizing and running a distant second to Airbus. It is also striking to see how Boeing treats crashes of its planes when compared to Airbus. Boeing reflexively makes it a PR strategy to absolve themselves of any blame. They are the epitome of American corporate greed, which has reached epic proportions over the last 3 years.

  2. & people wonder why i dont like 2 fly on certain type of plane's cause i dont trust other engineer's.. cause some rush something into product be 4 running tests on all system
    & by the way if i was 2 fly i would always where my seat belt pretty much at all time while in something. At that speed & in the air..unless they say u can take it off in flight but then i still keep it on. Only time i would take it off is if i needed 2 use the bathroom. That being said. I keep my seat belts on. Even if some says it safe 2 take it off cause they might not know if its safe 2 cause they know nothing about that AIRCRAFT.. they also not up 2 date. & have not been train proper about it.. just like i always when i drive my own passion ride's or ride in one. Till it safe 2 take it off.. REMEMBER The first passion ride movie TOP GUN.. i learned a very long time ago. How VERY IMPORTANT 2 wear ur seat belts when i was a baby boy . cause if u need 2 do something. & or something happens & u need 2 take action behind the wheel & other controls 2 regain & or take control or have 2 bail out. Ur not gonna be able 2 cause ur are not able 2 reach the controls react.2 operated & or hang on 4 dear life..
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  3. Take one death in US to make a change; why it took 350 deaths overseas to ground the 737max ?

    As for the old 737, years after South West, Boeing still does not have a fix for several months and then it needs FAA approval (finally FAA is kinda working for public), then maybe another month or longer to get all 8000 planes fixed. Boeing ought to be dismantled and its CEO jailed.

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