I think it has not been posted in the thread, this Bloomberg article with some interesting views from former, non anonymous, Boeing engineers:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features ... ced-safety?
Don't know if already mentioned that maybe another problems contribute to the aircraft control issues: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/africa/ethiopia-says-pilots-performed-boeings-recommendations-to-stop-doomed-aircraft-from-diving-urges-review-of-737-max-flight-control-system/2019/04/04/3a125...Jump to post
Yeah. It's a big conspiracy. You're not from California, by chance, are you? Yet some of the big conspiracy guys are putting a little more effort than that in explaining their views: https://www.fzt.haw-hamburg.de/pers/Scholz/dglr/hh/text_2017_04_27_AircraftCabinAir.pdf Surely a waste of time, as t...Jump to post
Apparently it seems to be that only a low percentage of cabin fumes events finally get registered by the authorities, at least reading these avherald articles: https://www.avherald.com/h?article=4b6eb830/0006&opt=0 https://www.avherald.com/h?article=4c140b24&opt=0 Is this what is happening? ...Jump to post
I'm hesitating to put the link, but the Daily Mail site has a lot of photos of the crash site (and also of some of the victims with names, beware). Lots of fragments on the ground, but because the abundant snow, at least to me look as "rained" as opossed to scattered travelling with high h...Jump to post
Sure, I've never purchased cheaper tickets than lately, but at least for intraeuropean flights, airlines have decided that everybody would prefer to save 10% of the cost of an economy fare (which I translate for the additional capacity of a 737/320 gained when going from rational pitch to 28-29”), a...Jump to post
Hello everybody. First post here in Anet. As it has been suggested that the hypothetical A350-2000 would need a more powerful engine, could the GE9x be used for that purpose? Or maybe there are technical/contractual too big obstacles for that combination?Jump to post