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Norwegian 737 MAX denied entry into Germany, lands in France

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German authorities have refused entry of a Norwegian Boeing 737 MAX 8 into their airspace. The aircraft, which was performing a ferry flight, eventually landed in a Parisian airport. (www.aerotime.aero) Plus d'info...

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davidfairchild53
Boeings CEO, all board members and shareholders should be on every MAX test flight, until the FAA allows them back into service.
allanrbowman
Allan Bowman 3
New name: Splatz 8
siriusloon
siriusloon 5
All those Boeing shareholders who post here about how wonderful the company and the 737 MAX are and claim that paying passengers don't know and don't care what they fly on have forgotten the fact that even if that were true (which I don't believe), they first have to be given the opportunity to fly on it. This article shows why that's not happening any time soon. It's not just passengers who have to be convinced it's safe, so do airlines, regulatory authorities, and politicians. And not just those in America, but everywhere else, too. It will be a very long time before the MAX "gets back to normal".

And now that DJT says that the aerospace companies are too big and need more competition for their products so the cost comes down (I'm not defending that "logic", just reporting what he said), these are not happy days at Boeing.
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 0
Thanks for the update, Serious Loon.
snass67
Sam Nass 2
Good luck, you're putting your hopes and bets on an organization (FAA) which has looked the other way and allowed this to happen in the first place
ed9sal
Ed Sal 2
Knowing how unscrupulous and conniving Boeing is, they might just rename the 737 Max as a new model and "refurbish" existing 737s held by airlines. Government subsidies to Boeing should be paid back to the taxpayers with interest.
zibpolcan2
because is not vv

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