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On 3/16/2019 at 7:17 PM, Sir_Fondles said:

is there any still flying ?

No and the black boxes are showing huge similarity  to the Lion Air crash

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2 minutes ago, RR007 said:

No and the black boxes are showing huge similarity  to the Lion Air crash

The stuff coming to light between boeing and the FAA to get this pig into the air is going to be fun !!

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2 hours ago, Sir_Fondles said:

The stuff coming to light between boeing and the FAA to get this pig into the air is going to be fun !!

So much fun that EASA and CAAS aren't going to just accept the next two or three FAA certifications without independent proof and that will hit Boeing pretty hard, no matter how hard Trump will bleat about it.

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3 hours ago, Thai Spice said:

That plane should never have been allowed to fly the next day...

That plane should never have been certified.

 

And yes, I read that story already through a link on another forum and it appears it wasn't the only occurrence of an avoided crash due to a dead heading pilot on the jump seat.

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It also strongly suspected Boeing was a bit "liberal" in self certifying this plane. 

And they have a precedent in this area :

 

 

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