Tag: Boeing

The Boeing 737-MAX Problem
By: Date: April 29, 2019 Categories: Air Travel,Airlines Tags: , ,

So it’s well documented that the Boeing 737 is the best selling airplane model of all time.  All of the largest commercial airlines in North America, you have to go all the way down to #7 to find a carrier that doesn’t use the aircraft. Boeing has fixed the software issue that caused the problems….

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Airbus factory in Alabama?
By: Date: June 27, 2012 Categories: Air Travel Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Okay, so I know I’ve ranted in the past about <a title="Hey American Air – How about you buy your namesake?" href="http://www.airsnark navigate to this web-site.com/2011/07/19/hey-american-air-how-about-you-buy-your-namesake/”>“patriotically named” airlines that don’t fly American planes.  It’s a particular pet peeve of mine.  I mean “US Airways (brought to you by a European consortium)” and “American Airlines (soon…

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Who wants to fly?
By: Date: February 22, 2012 Categories: Air Travel,F'd Up Issue of the Week Tags: , , , ,

Okay, so yes, I’m a bit addicted to flying.  I’m a million miler (I hit 1 million miles flown in 2011), and yes – I fly for work, and when I go on vacation, I get on a plane, too. But there’s something that’s worrying me lately.  The Airbus A380 – probably the most talked…

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When you can already tell the future
By: Date: April 27, 2010 Categories: F'd Up Issue of the Week Tags: ,

I know I’m going to go out on a limb here, but I’m already nominating, voting, and sending off the award for “F’d Up Issue of the Week”.  And who does that go to?  None other than giant mega corporation, BOEING! Now why, you may ask, does a company like Boeing deserve such an honor,…

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