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Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk
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Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk

New evidence shows that the Boeing Co. 737 MAX which crashed in Ethiopia on Sunday may have experienced similar technical difficulties as the 737 MAX that crashed off Indonesia last year. The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) cited similarities with in-flight data of both planes when it spoke to global regulators about grounding the jet. With the company facing a pr disaster and loss of confidence with global airline carriers, there could be more than $600 billion in orders at risk of cancellation, reported Bloomberg.

VietJet Aviation JSC doubled its 737 MAX order last month to $25 billion, now the Vietnamese low-cost airliner is having second thoughts. Kenya Airways Plc is reviewing its contracts to purchase billions of dollars of the MAX and could even switch to Airbus SE's rival A320. Russia’s Utair Aviation PJSC is expected to take delivery of 30 MAXs but wants to seek guarantees the planes are not defective.

Indonesia’s Lion Air has informed Boeing that they plan to cut a $22 billion order and will instead buy Airbus jets.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-03-1...rders-risk

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Stock Manipulation continues, stock down less than 1%

Wall Street is totally defending this stock with their last gasps, it rallied to close to unchanged yesterday. They are defending it not because it is a good investment, but if it goes other stocks will follow it lower
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Quote:Boeing is in a crisis as most of the world have grounded the MAX planes. The FAA Wednseday grounded the aircraft, citing evidence showing the Ethiopian Airlines flight may have experienced the same problem as the plane that went down five months ago off Indonesia.

“With extensive grounding of the 737 Max, near term news could get worse for Boeing before it improves,” Cai von Rumohr, an analyst with Cowen & Co., said in a note.

With $600 billion in orders at risk, the loss of two MAX airplanes has severely damaged Boeing's credibility. It has even caused jitters at the White House, as two people familiar with the Trump admin told the Washington Post that President Trump did not want to ground the planes because it would damage the stock market.
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-03-1...rders-risk

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/...c11eed24bc
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Boeing's problem...private profiteer filths woes are not the nations problem
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This is what happens when you care more about "diversity" than doing a good job.
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RE: Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:20 PM)
This is what happens when you care more about "diversity" than doing a good job.

No, it sounds more like they were pushing the new plane to achieve
higher efficiency vs. safety.

The Green Movement would be all in favor of this.
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tamarack  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:30 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:20 PM)
This is what happens when you care more about "diversity" than doing a good job.

No, it sounds more like they were pushing the new plane to achieve
higher efficiency vs. safety.

The Green Movement would be all in favor of this.

Either way, Boeing is doomed.
Probably what the Globalists planned all along.
Since travel will be verboten in the NWO
except for the elite, of course.
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RE: Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:46 PM)
tamarack  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:30 PM)
No, it sounds more like they were pushing the new plane to achieve
higher efficiency vs. safety.

The Green Movement would be all in favor of this.

Either way, Boeing is doomed.
Probably what the Globalists planned all along.
Since travel will be verboten in the NWO
except for the elite, of course.

Yeah just wait until the globalists replace Boeing with some crap Chinese knock off. Watch what happens to safety then.

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and mighty is the army that obeys his command.
The day of the LORD is great; it is dreadful. Who can endure it?
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RE: Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk
‘Don’t sink! Don’t sink!’ Pilot reports reveal at least 2 incidents of Boeing 737 MAX 8 nosediving

Pilots on at least two US flights reported their aircrafts nosedived and lost altitude quickly when using autopilot mode on the 737 MAX 8 in the last few months, according to pilot reports compiled in the Aviation Safety Reporting System database administered by NASA. The data shows there were 11 reports about the Boeing 737 MAX 8 logged between April 2018 and December 2018, USA Today reports.

In one incident, as soon as the captain put the plane on autopilot, the co-pilot said, “Descending,” and a cockpit audio low altitude warning said, “Don’t sink, don’t sink!” The pilots turned off autopilot and the plane stopped descending.

https://www.rt.com/news/453809-boeing-73...ng-pilots/

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Sounds like economic warfare to me...

Perhaps some cyber hack attack espionage.

Mess up the code... add malware into the auto pilot software.

All to bring down MAGA... To many jealous of America's Greatness... wish it ill... We need to be more vigilant'e
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RE: Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk
Well...

France is analyzing the flight recorders with the NTSB looking over their shoulder.

We will know soon enough what brought the plane down.

An unconstrained engine failure caused by bird ingestion or bad maintenance would not be Boeing's fault and would put the blame elsewhere.

Loss of an engine on takeoff is a pretty serious problem in a two engine plane.

And that from witness reports is a serious possibility.
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Too funny.

I guess they better build a better product.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:20 PM)
This is what happens when you care more about "diversity" than doing a good job.

no, this is what happens when you are ruled fascist communist trash...state run jobs programs for the profits of a few traitors
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RE: Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk
Two Boeing 737 Max planes reported to have crashed:

First one was October 29, 2018 - Lion Air flight JT_610 reported crashed in Java Sea off Indonesia...time of crash reported as 13 minutes after takeoff

March 10, 2019 the second Boeing 737 Max ... Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 reportedly crashed in Ethiopia

Planes grounded by Trump EO three days later 3-13 [note also in most of the world this date would be written 13-3]. Length of time between first and second reported Boeing crashes 10-29-18 to 3-10-19? Exactly 133 days
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Trump EO 3-13 (or 13-3) - the two planes supposedly crash 133 days apart.

1st plane supposedly crashes 13 minutes after takeoff

Chance? ummm...no. Which can only mean the thing is just another staged psyop-event i.e. ordo-ab-chao
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Psyop: [in part] AOC (actress-on-cue) new-green-deal says no plane travel - looky looky all-a-sudden planes getting grounded [also to do with AI hoax]

https://anothervoicerev184.blogspot.com/...-3-13.html
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RE: Cancellation Chaos: $600 Billion In Boeing 737 Max Orders At Risk
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:27 AM)
Well...

France is analyzing the flight recorders with the NTSB looking over their shoulder.

We will know soon enough what brought the plane down.

An unconstrained engine failure caused by bird ingestion or bad maintenance would not be Boeing's fault and would put the blame elsewhere.

Loss of an engine on takeoff is a pretty serious problem in a two engine plane.

And that from witness reports is a serious possibility.

All twin jets have to be able to continue to take off and climb out following a loss of engine after the point of commitment ( V1 ) on the runway.





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