Interested wrote:PW100 wrote:Interested wrote:
And isn't that exactly what Boeing were hoping they could get away with?
It has nothing to do with getting away with, as every change Boeing initiates is validated through FAA. This is just part of every day life and continous improvements.
While Boeing has lots of xplainings to do on so many levels, this one is fairly low at their list. But I guess some see a bear behind every tree . . .
I didn't think FAA or the airlines were aware of the faulty sensor?
Boeing chose not to tell them!!
That's how bad this all is
Not exactly a bear behind a tree
Shocking stuff really
Faulty sensor? Boeing not telling anybody? Any bird strike can take out an AoA sensor.
In the grand scheme of things, the (missing) AoA sensor alert is really minor. If you don't believe me, that's fine. I recommend you to read some of the AD's on Boeing and Airbus commercial models. You'll find many items much more shocking to you . . .
PS. Why is it more and more people think that each sentence's full stop (if they actually use them . . . ), needs to be followed by a double hard enter (ie. blank line). Do people feel their words won't get attention? Perhaps the message isn't strong enough and need artificial beefing up?