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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rand View Post
    Boeing could use it instead of DU for balance weights. probably cheaper.

    Spammer reported anyway.
    Maybe they can fly it to you on a Boeing plane?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelGoldstein View Post
    Brexit was a simple yes-no vote. How long has that been ?
    Buuuutttt...the establishment don't want it!
    Oooohhh, just like Boeing then....They didn't want to roll out training....

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Buuuutttt...the establishment don't want it!
    Oooohhh, just like Boeing then....They didn't want to roll out training....
    I was thinking more along the lines of, once it gets into goovernment hands ain't nobody gonna stick their neck out. More research required ! Call a committee hearing ! Next month ... no, wait, maybe next year ! We need all the facts ! (and maybe I can retire in the meantime)

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    Boeing has officially stopped production of the Max: Boeing has temporarily stopped making 737 Max airplanes - CNN

    More issues may occur during restart, and while it seems Boeing employees won't suffer, contracting companies will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    Boeing has officially stopped production of the Max: Boeing has temporarily stopped making 737 Max airplanes - CNN

    More issues may occur during restart, and while it seems Boeing employees won't suffer, contracting companies will.
    It'll be a brave man or woman that signs off on the airworthiness certificate for the MAX. When it does fly again it'll have to be the safest plane ever.

    Regards Tyrone

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    It will never fly again with that name ,maybe never fly again at all in any form .

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    I'd read on a site (Bloomberg?) that LazyB have gone to the markets to raise another 10Bill to cover delays?
    And i also read that testing has uncovered another software issue.
    Well, we know that because of level 1 testing requirements, ANY S/W mod takes a l o n g time to release, so perhaps O'leary (Ryanair) was right - end of 2020 at the earliest?

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    Just announced on the news that LazyB said "Max probably won't fly by the summer"...which means *definitely won't*.
    So it looks like Crimbo at the earliest....

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Just announced on the news that LazyB said "Max probably won't fly by the summer"...which means *definitely won't*.
    So it looks like Crimbo at the earliest....
    I caught that on the radio, it said they'd found other faults with the wiring.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Just announced on the news that LazyB said "Max probably won't fly by the summer"...which means *definitely won't*.
    So it looks like Crimbo at the earliest....
    Does that mean IMTS will have fewer people?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    I caught that on the radio, it said they'd found other faults with the wiring.

    Regards Tyrone.
    Yeh - i'd already posted about the tail wiring issue back a few pages - unless it's another problem...

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    ryannair has made public that it will start also flying airbus until the max can be delivered.
    maybe it is just put out there to put pressure on boeing, but they bought lauda and lauda flies airbus.
    the companies doing line maintenance have not heard a word about it from ryannair though.


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