scbriml wrote:par13del wrote:It may lead to questions as to why the Canadians have no fear of the a/c crashing and affecting the public whereby in the EU, getting one to transit to storage is a huge undertaking for safety, stay at certain height, flaps down etc etc..
Do you know that Canada doesn't impose similar restrictions?
Canada is significantly less densely populated than Europe, so maybe they care less?
Or maybe the Canadian media don't think those flights are serious enough to have such write ups as we see in Europe when a/c are transiting for storage?
Its just strange in this thread since all we read about is lawn dart, never fly on MAX, Boeing blame pilots, pilots cannot control MCAS, etc etc etc yet someone thinks it is safe enough to have pilots maintain certification by flying unaltered a/c?
Or are they also involved in the Boeing Test program and the a/c that they are operating has the updated MCAS software loaded via some exemption by the Canadian authorities?