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What Ails Boeing’s 737 Max?

It used to be Boeing’s best selling plane. But it’s been banned by nearly every country now. Meet the 737 Max. ✈️🚫

03/15/2019 4:07 AM
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  • प्रशांत र.
    03/15/2019 04:11

    Robots should not control critical decisions period

  • Vishwadeep S.
    03/15/2019 04:39

    Big blow for Boeing, Still thinking itz a huge loss to company assets discarding itz 371 aircrafts.

  • Shilp S.
    03/15/2019 04:58

    It should not be made a robot/ human issue, automation/non automation issue as responsibility for death of so many lives needs to be fixed on something tangible. Might be a designing defect brushed under carpet for monetary gains. Someone needs to be held responsible for these frequent deaths and not well experienced pilots and airlines I suppose.

  • Aadie S.
    03/15/2019 05:15

    It was one of my favorite aircraft 😕

  • Jemshid N.
    03/15/2019 05:55

    Similar thing will happen with driver less vehicles also.. Requires lot of test and trials... But it takes time... What we have created we only can rectify it...

  • Arfaat H.
    03/15/2019 06:20

    Why js 40 countries?? Rest are waiting for disaster???

  • Dip N.
    03/15/2019 06:32

    Very good information.. Thanks Brut

  • Raghvendra S.
    03/15/2019 07:15

    Well people judge so quickly and reach to concussions without even knowing the fact. And there is a quiet difference between ban and temporary grounding for people safety. Plane is as good to fly as is without any changes that's what FAA says. Be fact based.

  • Mahesh M.
    03/15/2019 09:38

    Automation makes man less Competent..

  • Tabrej A.
    03/15/2019 10:30

    Automation lead to the failure. That means a manual pilot could have avoided these kind of situation. Let's not automate everything.

  • Sandeep S.
    03/15/2019 11:13

    Yo ke ho rhya hai tere 737 mei??

  • Michael I.
    03/15/2019 11:17

    Sounds like how US has been imposing sanctions on defenseless countries, now they got the taste of it.

  • Manish J.
    03/15/2019 12:04

    It's not the fault of aircraft but the amount of flights increasing day by day ! Boeing are making the same aircrafts as 100yrs before more advanced though .it's the misuse that is the root cause of mishaps

  • Sushil K.
    03/15/2019 12:40

    look at the reason they stated in end.

  • Kiran M.
    03/15/2019 15:03

    737 Max would have undergone extensive testing before using. Innocent lives lost! Shame on #Boieng

  • Jaswanth S.
    03/15/2019 15:14

    A setback for increased automation and artificial intelligence! 🧐

  • Susan D.
    03/15/2019 15:45

    Sometimes an airplane should be grounded and investigated. Boeing isn't far from where I live, and it's surprising that it took so long for the investigation and precautions to happen. It should have immediate.

  • Disc J.
    03/15/2019 15:54

    It's the responsibility of the pilot to test the automation system thoroughly

  • Rani P.
    03/15/2019 18:44

    Half baked information.. increased automation resulting in human efficiency isn't the only simplified cause.. These automated planes and their sensors of level and balance "hinder" human intervention to save the situation... Many of recent crashes have been due to this reason. And that is clearly a design issue of these aircrafts rather than human pilots lacking skill.

  • Mark R.
    03/15/2019 19:42

    this will cost boeing