• Saturn1300

    Yea!

  • Andrew Tubbiolo

    Boeing, don’t screw it up. You’re our last chance for some time.

  • Robert G. Oler

    If its not Boeing dont be going

    Well done folks…FLY BOEING

  • Jeff Smith

    Get ‘em flyin’!

  • dbooker

    Just wait until the MCAS system kicks in on reentry…. Just saying.

  • Andrew Tubbiolo

    There’s a BRS to save the day.

  • redneck

    And it works almost 85% of the time

  • Andrew Tubbiolo

    That’s a good solid B. 🙂

  • Robert G. Oler

    dont worry there is a Boeing Test Pilot (YEAH) at the controls…

    as we say in the business “now its time for me to put down my coffee, show the S on my chest and save us all, Routine report”

    this is so so good for the company, Chris and the American way 🙂

    “world safe for Truth Justice and the American way, Routine report, returning to base”

  • redneck

    Excellent. When it augers in it will be pilot error.

  • ThomasLMatula

    Is there a link to the video of it?

  • Robert G. Oler

    with Boeing design philosophy other then a design flaw the most likely outcome of an accident is pilot error…

  • Saturn1300

    Yes a 737 MAX with a 747 computer to fly instead of the pilot. I guess it does. They said a 1011 or DC-10 could do the whole flight with the pilot just checking.

  • Saturn1300

    My guess is they wanted to do a super steep climb to impress, like a Pitts, then wanted to see how fast it would go. The computer stopped the steep climb. It should have stopped the high speed also, but didn’t. Does it have boosted controls? Was it going so fast they could not pull up at 540 Knots? Why didn’t the computer pull up with terrain avoidance even if the pilots did not want to?

  • Robert G. Oler

    sigh…the 737 that landed on the dike near NOLA did not run out of fuel.

  • Saturn1300

    Oops my Big. How about the one that ran out of fuel over the Atlantic and glided to the Azores? Or has my memory failed me again? Not a 737 of course.