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Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA

 
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Trump's FAA said they were airworthy.
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President Trump is the person who directed the FAA to ground them.
 Quoting: Cat in the Tin Foil Hat


After he had no other choice, correct.
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
Trump's FAA said they were airworthy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77100781

You are an idiot and from me that is a strong statement.

The aircraft was certified to fly January 29th 2016. [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Who was the president while all of the testing was done?

Are you done grasping at straws you anti-American, anti U.S. President, socialist, American hater?
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


One day after the Ethiopian crash the FAA said the aircraft were airworthy. That happened while who was President?
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
Trump's FAA said they were airworthy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77100781


President Trump is the person who directed the FAA to ground them.

Derp!

That plane was headed to storage with these MAXs.

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 Quoting: Cat in the Tin Foil Hat


lol, literally everything is Trumps fault with some of these tards.
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
Trump's FAA said they were airworthy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77100781

You are an idiot and from me that is a strong statement.

The aircraft was certified to fly January 29th 2016. [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Who was the president while all of the testing was done?

Are you done grasping at straws you anti-American, anti U.S. President, socialist, American hater?
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


One day after the Ethiopian crash the FAA said the aircraft were airworthy. That happened while who was President?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76591228



Lets not forget the political connections to Boeing

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Trump's FAA said they were airworthy.
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are you sure you are postworthy?

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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
...it seems like the more advanced our technology gets, the more issues we have...


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How can that be. They are ALL currently grounded.
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
Trump's FAA said they were airworthy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77100781

You are an idiot and from me that is a strong statement.

The aircraft was certified to fly January 29th 2016. [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Who was the president while all of the testing was done?

Are you done grasping at straws you anti-American, anti U.S. President, socialist, American hater?
 Quoting: Louis in Richmond


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Engine problems on a brand new plane is not looking good for Boeings future. New planes should be safer than old planes with all brand new working parts. But lately Boeing has come out with dangerous new planes. The 787 was grounded after batteries started to catch fire on the plane luckily happening only on the ground. But now you have this 737max fiasco and 350 dead test subjects.
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
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I thought they were grounded???

WTF
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^^^^This
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Either its Chinese sabotage. Or the dumbing down of entire generations of Americans is backfiring on them.
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
This plane is the ford pinto of aviation. How about building the original 737's again, Boing boing.
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Yes, this.
What the Hell?...
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
What's he problem?

A cruise ship is A-OK to carry passengers if ALL 4 of it's 4 engines fail as it cruises right offshore a rocky shore in a gale ...

... obviously a plane only having a problem with 1 of it's TWO (2) engines isn't a big deal by comparison.

Nothing to see here ...
 Quoting: Midwest Skeptic


Of course if you were on that plane

Everything still ok???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76498484


Actually was on a United flight once where they had to shut down an engine (two engine plane), and then we had to fly around for about 90 minutes to burn off fuel so we could get down to a safe landing weight.

Wasn't worried at all ... lots of sightseeing at about 2000' - 3000' above the ground for about an hour of that fuel burn period.

Friend who is a Captain for a US airline lost an engine (2 engine plane) over the North Atlantic a few years ago ... and the cockpit crew made the decision to continue on to Europe (vs diverting to Iceland) since everything else was OK. The passengers in the back weren't even aware that they were flying on a single engine fwiw.

I would rather be on a twin engine plane that loses an engine in the air, even over the ocean, than to have been on that cruise ship which lost ALL of it's engines when only a short distance offshore from a rocky shore with the wind and waves blowing the boat toward shore.

... now the issue with the runaway trim system caused by the computer on the MAX planes NOT allowing the pilots to actually fly the airplane, THAT scares the shit out of me!!

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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
Trump's FAA said they were airworthy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77100781


President Trump is the person who directed the FAA to ground them.
 Quoting: Cat in the Tin Foil Hat


After he had no other choice, correct.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76591228


Canada left America as the lone country saying the 737 MMAX was safe. That was not a good look.
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This plane is the ford pinto of aviation. How about building the original 737's again, Boing boing.
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Or better yet, 757's.
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
What's he problem?

A cruise ship is A-OK to carry passengers if ALL 4 of it's 4 engines fail as it cruises right offshore a rocky shore in a gale ...

... obviously a plane only having a problem with 1 of it's TWO (2) engines isn't a big deal by comparison.

Nothing to see here ...
 Quoting: Midwest Skeptic


Of course if you were on that plane

Everything still ok???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76498484


Actually was on a United flight once where they had to shut down an engine (two engine plane), and then we had to fly around for about 90 minutes to burn off fuel so we could get down to a safe landing weight.

Wasn't worried at all ... lots of sightseeing at about 2000' - 3000' above the ground for about an hour of that fuel burn period.

Friend who is a Captain for a US airline lost an engine (2 engine plane) over the North Atlantic a few years ago ... and the cockpit crew made the decision to continue on to Europe (vs diverting to Iceland) since everything else was OK. The passengers in the back weren't even aware that they were flying on a single engine fwiw.

I would rather be on a twin engine plane that loses an engine in the air, even over the ocean, than to have been on that cruise ship which lost ALL of it's engines when only a short distance offshore from a rocky shore with the wind and waves blowing the boat toward shore.

... now the issue with the runaway trim system caused by the computer on the MAX planes NOT allowing the pilots to actually fly the airplane, THAT scares the shit out of me!!
 Quoting: Midwest Skeptic


There is a checklist to disable it, but the 2 bad cabin crews did not even know about that checklist.

What surprises me is that there's no tapes released of "Mayday" and emergency communication with ATC. Does this "stability" override disable radio communication? I sort of want to hear the pilot say "I can't get the fucking nose of the plane up", and if so they would have called some check pilot for advice, been told about the checklist or how to disable the thing, and maybe had time to do it.
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Re: Southwest’s Boeing 737 MAX emergency lands in Florida after engine problem – FAA
All our pilots trained how to disable that thing months ago. I heard that from an actual pilot