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FAA requires fuel-sealant inspections on some Boeing 737 Max

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The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing inspections of 25 Boeing 737 Max 9s after determining that a fuel sealant was not applied during manufacturing. (travelandaviation.com) More...

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nasdisco
Chris B 3
Why can't Boeing be proactive about this stuff......and fix it before it becomes a publicity issue?
Quirkyfrog
Robert Cowling 0
'Look for that Union label'. Oh, the Max isn't built in a Union shop, to save investors money. Oops...

Boeing is fleeing an educated and productive Union workforce in Everett Washington for an uneducated and unproductive non-union workforce in South Carolina. I wonder if they actually discussed moving their production to Mexico, and what would have stopped it from happening.

They have no thought to passenger safety, so why wouldn't they just totally abandon all American workers. Think of they money they would save for investors.

How far will corporate America go to enrich and support their investors? Keep an eye on Boeing. They seem to be ready to pursue enriching their investors at all human cost. I'm disgusted at how far corporations will go to save money. Boeing needs a lobotomy, and a rebuild of their purpose from the ground up. Boeing IS an engineering company. If they aren't first in engineering, their customers passengers die. The past CEO that took Boeing's eye off that core of their business should be sitting in prison, if there was any justice.
jmadunleavy
John D 0
Probably one of the more bigoted statements by you recently. Do better

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