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Boeing says it has to ‘re-earn’ public’s trust after crashes


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If it's Boeing I ain't going.

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If it's not Boeing I'm not dying...

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We know we got to re-earn that trust,” Deal said.

You can/SHOULD start with replacing  Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg. While he remains CEO, Boeing will absolutely not regain the trust and RESPECT from the flying public. Most definitely not.

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I would avoid flying the MAXs like the plague.

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Regain Trust... No Kidding.

With the latest news about the 737 NG - which immediately preceded the MAX


What next ?

NG (No Good)

MAX (Make Another Cross)

I wonder if the Lawyers for Airlines are checking the small print about Contractual obligations to deliver Airworthy Aircraft, and if not, who pays ?

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Stan Deal - clearly a Fat Cat from the Photo... Boeing is in big trouble.

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