Amiga500 wrote:Cathay777300ER wrote:I think while it is a concern that groundings are happening before further information is discovered.
Ground, ascertain the airframe is safe, then lift the grounding.
If preliminary data gathered over the next 24-48hrs indicates that there is no systematic problem, then the aircraft should be airborne again before the end of the week.
If it turns out there is a problem, then the move to ground could have saved many lives.
I'm not really understanding the logic where folks need to see a smoking gun before taking precautions.
Because it costs money.