This just proves they think everyone is dumb, stick a new name and people will forget.
So much attention to "cover things" instead of proving that the plane is safe.
If I were as dumb as they think, and flew on one of this plane, and later found out it was the same exact plane i did not sant to fly I would feel tricked, I would feel my safety has been played with and I would sue the heck of the company.
After all the pr disaster Boeing has been trough the last thing they need is someone "hiding" tricking people into flying this thing.
Just be clear, hey this is the Max 8, and we believe it is safe, the hiding thing, doesn't play that well....buy hey, we are all dumb.
If they eventually decides to change the marketing name or remove it, it is not because they believe people are stupid, but because the name has received so much scrutiny. When the plane flies again it will be very safe, as every little bottleneck is ironed out. It takes year to build up a brand, but only moments to destroy it.
Yes, but they think you are stupid as, slap a new name and deceit you into thinkiing you are not flying "that plane".
They can spin the way they want to, better stick to it and do what other Airline do, you do not want to be on that plane, you can change ticket.
They can call it what they want, 737 Super Duper, it's still "that plane, hiding behind a toothpick, and pretending people won't notice.
Go in a bar, pick up a Girl named Shirley, and then find out it is a guy.... that's the 737-8200, the difference is, if you find out about Shirley, you can change course, once you are on the plane there's no going down.....or there is
, but it might not be the way you wanted to.
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on Tue Jul 16, 2019 7:14 am, edited 1 time in total.