An update on the Boeing 737 Max


#1

After the tragic accidents that have occurred in the past months the aircraft’s safety was questioned thus forcing a worldwide grounding. Progress was made as the aircraft manufacturer made an update to the MCAS system. After sending a team to Boeing’s Renton plant in Washington, American Airlines has made the decision to continue flight cancellations until April 24th. More information:

I can’t wait to see these beauties back up as I was privileged to fly aboard one on my flight from KMIA-KBOS last December.


#2

As optimistic as Apr 24 sounds, I’m stil questioning if the planes can safely fly even by June, and the load factors of the planes


#3

Now would be a good time to buy boeing stock. Super low right now, but I’m sure it’ll go back up once the MAX issues get resolved and they begin selling again.


#4

@Chris_Hoover take note ^^


#5

Lol I already have Boeing stocks


#6

It’ll be party time at the airbus factories when airlines start opting for the A320neo family :slight_smile:


#7

Buy more then

Or sell me some :wink::wink:


#8

I am not your servant. Back ON TOPIC :rage:


#9

I was able to fly on a B38M once from San Jose to San Diego on Southwest Airlines :smiley:


#10

Similar to @BigBert10, before they grounded this plane I was able to fly BOS-HOU-BOS on it with SWA as well. Quite the airplane, too bad it’s having mechanical problems.


#11

Ooh! Do you remember the registration of the airplane you were on

I was on WN1368 operated by N8711Q


#12

May have been that same registration as it sounded familiar