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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Tom-D, Mar 17, 2019 at 10:45 AM.
Fake news? Seriously, let the investigation end first before boeing gets destroyed.
The FAA may have delegated responsibility to Boeing, but the FAA is ultimately responsible for certification and is the party which should be held accountable.
I think. ;-)
We don't even know yet if the Ethiopian crash was related to the same problem.
Would not be a surprise - rather a typical case of the industry capturing the regulators.
Appears Boeing has a software update in the works to address this problem but has not yet rolled it out.
It's interesting when 'we' lambast the media when they post something we don't want to believe but hold them out as a validating authority when they post something we do.
who follows the source
yup.....I'm not suppose to comment, but I can post.