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December 24, 2020 – The recent decisions by Boeing to halt production of an obviously danger prone aircraft is a nice call to action in the world of safety. Often, it seems profits come before safety and it appears Boeing is attempting to put safety first in their decision despite the ripples that will no doubt be felt economically  worldwide by Boeing and the transportation industry.

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Special Reporting:  Jesse E. Guerra Jr. Of Counsel attorney with Carabin Shaw PC

The recent decisions by Boeing to halt production of an obviously danger prone aircraft is a nice call to action in the world of safety. Often, it seems profits come before safety and it appears Boeing is attempting to put safety first in their decision despite the ripples that will no doubt be felt economically  worldwide by Boeing and the transportation industry.

Article New York Times – After Boeing Halts Max Production, Suppliers Wait for Fallout

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Special Reporting:  Jesse E. Guerra Jr. Of Counsel attorney with Carabin Shaw PC

Boeing’s MAX Fixes Not Likely to Get FAA Approval Until February

Wow! Not sure where this leaves passengers wanting to feel safe boarding these planes in the future.  It seems that Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration have more work to do to help prevent future disasters  These planes continue to be grounded until a safer solution arises. Let’s hope for all concerned that comes sooner than later. Not sure if Boeing will go back to the drawing board on this design since there seems to be a goal to find a less costly solution to the alleged design failures as opposed to starting from scratch on a new model aircraft. Thus far, two recent crashes occurred with Boeing’s 737 MAX Airplane despite known warnings of this designs airworthiness and  control systems.  A huge question remains as to how much the FAA and Boeing itself knew about potential problems with this aircraft.