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Bigman

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So it looks like Boeing have got their way as far as the Bombardier ruling is concerned. If Boeing are going to penalise Bombardier, I wonder if certain European airlines could rally round and stop buying Boeing aircraft and switch to Airbus instead?
 

Jerry

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Don't think it'll effect anything over here but it could give Airbus and Embraer a boost in the US.
 

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60 Minutes Australia production where reporter Liz Hayes investigates the disaster of Boeing’s 737 MAX. The video contains scenes some users may find distressing.
 

bluebols

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Wow, personally if they find a remedy I will not be using this aircraft for a good number of years after reading this.
 

Seasider

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I think that there will have to be a system whereby the pilot can turn off the computer and fly it manually. Will it happen?
 

KARFA

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I think that there will have to be a system whereby the pilot can turn off the computer and fly it manually. Will it happen?
They already can.

Boeings are much less automated than Airbus. The issue is not the automation, the issue is letting the pilots know when the automation is doing something, and ensuring that there are logic safeguards to prevent the automation from doing something detrimental - Boeing did not get these right whereas Airbus does seem to.
 

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