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Source: Boeing whistleblowers report 737 Max problems to FAA

Soumis
 
(CNN)The day after Ethiopia's minister of transportation released a preliminary crash report on Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, four Boeing employees called an Federal Aviation Administration whistleblower hotline that allows employees and the public to report aviation safety issues. A source familiar with the matter says the hotline submissions involve current and former Boeing employees describing issues related to the angle of attack sensor -- a vane that measures the plane's angle… (www.cnn.com) Plus d'info...

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dardav
dardav 5
Its attaching catch or bait phrases to another related story through hyperlinks that is blanketing the internet these days. Highlight a quote, phrase or name and we click it. Next thing your reading about broccoli and how its bad for you when you fly...
lynx318
lynx318 2
It's as bad as spam emails for upcoming elections 'supposedly' with links for more info, but each link is the same one to some floozy's sex talk line. (definitely added to blocked sender list)
mrdot
LW P 2
They fixed the link to the story, so you can stop hyperventilating about fake news.
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 2
the link to the article is fine, it's the links in the article itself that were (and still are) the problem.
notarookie
notarookie 5
So, when will I be able to read comments from regular 737 MAX line pilots giving their unbiased impartial views on all this BS?
locomoco
M.F. LaBoo 1
Certainly an intermittent short caused by damaged insulation due to metal shavings could never lead to a false data transient.
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 1
So the link "Boeing employees called an Federal Aviation Administration whistleblower hotline that allows employees and the public to report aviation safety issues" takes us to a story called "Boeing's profit falls 21% on the 737 Max crisis" with no mention of this hotline.

and the link "A source familiar with the matter says the hotline submissions involve current and former Boeing employees describing issues related to the angle of attack sensor" takes us to a story called "Aviation world faces moment of reckoning after 737 MAX crashes", again totally unrelated and irrelevant.

and the link from "and the anti-stall system called MCAS, which is unique to Boeing's newest plane" goes to "Airlines have completely stopped ordering the 737 Max"

How thorough and complete of you, CNN. I guess the google algorithms don't care if the links make any sense.....
nobleord
Bryan Opalka 1
It is CNN...do you really expect objective/accurate reporting???? It is sad to say that these days they have primarily become nothing more than sensational tabloid style reporting.
leoaubry
Leo Aubry 5
Bryan you should listen to Fox and read the Enquire to get clean and reliable news ?
richardorgill
Richard Orgill -4
The minute I saw CNN I knew not to click on the link.

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