The real reason Boeing's new plane crashed twice

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    This isn’t just a computer bug. It’s a scandal.
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    Two Boeing airplanes have fallen out of the air and crashed in the past six months. On the surface, this is a technical failure. But the real story is about a company's desire to beat their rival.
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Guinness
Guinness

Del Dmitrii planes, yes, because pilots are far more highly trained at flying than your average American or Italian driver, planes are far better maintained than average car and the sky is a lot more clear then your average road. So yeah, your average plane is. But not 737 Max's.

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Guinness
Guinness

Dexter Francis your understanding of the point i made and of how to argue a point correctly without reverting to a straw man is flawed, as what you say has nothing to do with what I said. But OK genius, if what you say is correct and it is solely down to pilot error, why are all 737 max's grounded and why are Boeing updating their mcats software and training? If there was burning wrong with the owner and the software and the training - why the fuss?

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Dexter Francis
Dexter Francis

+Guinness - Your understanding of the certification process is flawed. The plane is not certified to fly safely outside it's placarded limits - which, based on the data in the Preliminary Report - is what the crew did for over three minutes before the crash.

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uofawayne
uofawayne

Another example of corporate greed and negligent company executives making short-sighted decisions to drive profit in expense of innocent people.

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Strains
Strains

So it took 6 years for this plane to have problems? Odd.

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the0whilest0man
the0whilest0man

All those criticising Boeing for endangering people’s lives- if you’ve ever flown on a budget airline then you have contributed to the culture that caused this problem. Easy to blame a big company that is just responding to market demand.

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Earl Armstrong
Earl Armstrong

Let the pilots pilot the plane. Remove the damn MCAS system its unnecessary if you have trained pilots.

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George Perry
George Perry

You clearly don't have a clue what you're talking about and obviously know very little about airplanes and how they fly. These planes crashed because the MCAS software "thought" the wing of the aircraft was reaching a critical angle of attack--or an imminent stall--and as any neophyte pilot could tell you a too high nose angle can cause the wing to stall and thus will drop the nose. While stalls occur in any attitude the most common is an "approach stall" or more simply the nose was too high and or the airspeed was too low. This is countered by dropping the nose and building airspeed over the wing which keeps it flying. The problem with the 737 Max was that the software thought--even though the plane was in level flight--that the nose was too high and was on the verge of a stall and thus pushed the nose down in an effort to prevent the perceived stall. Instead of the pilots over riding the system and shutting it off they let the software continue to fly the plane and went into a dive. The black boxes of the second aircraft crash confirm that the pilots had indeed shut the system off but for some inexplicable reason turned it back on again further exacerbating the problem and ultimately leading to the crash. You really shouldn't be doing a half assed analysis without the proper training to understand aircraft flight and concepts such as phugoid stability. I just hope the good people reading this and watching your video will see the real truth as to what happened and not believe this drivel.

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The Majestic Manatee
The Majestic Manatee

so the reason was capitalism? suprise surprise!

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gemgal68
gemgal68

I feel that for any machine, any change in possible effects on safety, regardless of how possible the change is, ought to be given the highlight in their change fan-outs & also the steps to take to overcome the possible I'll effects. Especially so when the machine is used as a mode of public transport and lives of hundreds of people being at stake... It is s a glaring mistake on the part of Boeing not to fan-out this aspect and also not putting the requirement of actual re-training or re-certification when such major behavioural change in the plane will take place.

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OkiDokiCody
OkiDokiCody

Instead of a software update. Take it out completely. Just because its happened once doesnt mean it can be resolved by an update. The update could potentially create another problem. They should remodel it.

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Alex NutCasio
Alex NutCasio

Vox, are you telling the whole story? Apparently, the pilot in charge of Ethiopian airline turned the MCAS back on after initially turning it off and fighting for control

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Tristan Anderson
Tristan Anderson

What about self certification of safety tests, that the FAA allowed? This is not a Boeing problem it's a US problem.

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DarkLevis
DarkLevis

Boeing and FAA did nothing more or less then murdered people! This can't be called a design flaw, it was a deliberate act. Also great video!

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Joel Thompson
Joel Thompson

I was disappointed with this video. It did NOT explain WHY moving the engine up, and FORWARD (information left out of this video), causes the nose to go up. Moving two heavy engines up, and forward, will change the center of gravity (CG). Most likely, the CG moves up and forward. So, the thrust line, which is now closer in vertical separation from the CG, and should have less impact on nose lift - unless the thrust line is not horizontal! If the thrust line is tilted down, i.e. the thrust coming out of the rear of the engine, point slightly towards the ground, that could cause a nose up condition under full throttle. At least, that is how I see the problem. If I am wrong, please correct me.

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KMcirca82
KMcirca82

criminal negligence. stop letting corporations get over on people. boycott the max

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3rik R Vargas
3rik R Vargas

It's very irresponsible to give final conclusions about an aerial accident by considering Youtube videos instead of a criminal investigation. This channel shall be banned!

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Andrew Elwood
Andrew Elwood

Nice work, very informative.

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TheGranicd
TheGranicd

Maybe they should have made landing gears longer and then engine wouldn`t have problems fitting. Would make it more costly tho.

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Zero Hour
Zero Hour

they didnt pay the mafia tax

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Phurich Siri.
Phurich Siri.

Defects in car production also cause a lot of casualty every year. However, it seems no one cares about it. Every one reacts so slow comparing to aviation industry.

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Jason Shintani
Jason Shintani

Even the 737-800s have engines that are much further forward and higher than the original 737s of the 1960's. Image search "1967 737" and you'll see the pencil-like engines tucked fully under the wing.

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Robin durai
Robin durai

Human life is less worth than profits for Boeing..:(

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Brandon McLean
Brandon McLean

Boeing did too many work arounds to get this plane off the ground. Instead of raising the plane and keeping the engine in the correct placement. Disgusting Boeing. I will never get on a plane that needs software to fix a "work around" issue. They did the same crap with the Dreamliner. Took a bunch of parts from different countrys that didn't match then put it together with work arounds. I will only book a flight with Airbus's from now on.

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s00s
s00s

Southwest didn't even ground their fleet. I just got back from the airport after a trip on one of them. The whole time the engine was sputtering and constantly making high pitched shrieks and then going really quiet, over and over again, as well as sudden small turns, which were immediately negated with a manual turn in the other direction. Never flying Southwest again. Corporate scum

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Patrick Butler
Patrick Butler

that’s why ya don’t let folks who live in mud huts fly jets

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Juan S
Juan S

From th DC 10 Flying Coffin to the NEW & Improved Flying Coffin BOEING 737 MAX. History means NOTHING to these GREEDY BASTARDS..Jut look at the Old FORD PINTO etc, etc, etc, etc.

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Yaakov Kahn
Yaakov Kahn

Umm if the whole problem was that the plane was too low to the ground, maybe invest in larger wheels.....

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Jslayallday92 S
Jslayallday92 S

It’s important to recognize that most products, especially technologically advanced ones require multiple components and instruments that simply aren’t available in one place. Materials for production are sourced from all over the world. Assembly is made in stages and in different locations during the manufacturing process. All businesses practice this. This why it’s also difficult to pinpoint who is responsible for the tragic accident where people lost their lives because the parts making up the plane are from many different sources. I’m curious to why the MCAST wasn’t just turned off at the moment they lost control or just switch to manual? How much time was there between take off and it’s last communication before plummeting in the Java sea?

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Official kingawesome113
Official kingawesome113

I would've lifted the plane a bit higher.

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Anshul Johri
Anshul Johri

Lion air (JT 610) captain and main pilot Bhavye Suneja was my friend & neighbor. This video reminds of him again, takes me into deep silence and makes me think of how these big billionaires (better to call them white-collar murderers) are playing with the lives of innocent people just for few more billions.

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Random NPC
Random NPC

All i need to know without watching this.. Anti stall system is activated (automatically)

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Abodunrin Oluwafemi
Abodunrin Oluwafemi

Sue Boeing

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Projectheureka
Projectheureka

Ummm.... For starters: in many U.S. right-wing states you have the legal rights to pursue and shoot ANYONE who pose a "perceived threat" to your life, rights, family and properties. That American vigilante law, FYI, does not exclude the shooting of the corrupt richs nor corrupt Executives who are knowingly mass murdering people, be their names BOEING or Perdue Pharma or even Mark Zuckerberg for that matter Achtung: I'm NOT suggesting hat ANYONE should go out and shoot corrupt Executives who hideously murder people, such as Zucks and the Perdue Pharma billionaires, for profits, but factually based on the U.Constitution's right to self-defense ALL U.S. Americans citizens do have that theoretical right to Stand Your Grounds even against mega Corporate billionaires. Until theory meets and becomes the common practise, you never know your real rights as a People nor as an individual. Carpe Diem, Americans and all of you childishly naive Earth' inhabitants! Godless Best, A.E. Projectheureka LLC

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E
E

Boeing is murder at this point

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Irfan Prabowo
Irfan Prabowo

My wife's bestfriend was on that plane (Lion Air). We don't need new software and training, we need justice.

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Des
Des

I wouldn't fly in one of those now. Software update or not. Patches are fine for an iPhone or something non life critical, but for a jet.....

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HighHeidYin
HighHeidYin

Sooooo..Am I supposed to be worried next time I fly? because the chances of flying with a 737 Max could be likely? or have they all been grounded and I've got nothing to worry about

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imran shaikh
imran shaikh

Never trust money minded company they just play people emotion and their loved one never come back

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Evans O
Evans O

If only Boeing put people before profits...

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ft55555
ft55555

Why ground the planes? Just let free market capitalism do its thing so that libertarians can get $25 flights on empty 737 Maxes.

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Joel Chia
Joel Chia

Greed.

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Kent Yang
Kent Yang

This was so educational. Thank you for doing the research !

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Ahsan Arshad
Ahsan Arshad

Instead of redesigning they put some fixes to compete ... absolutely disastorous....these guys should be in jail and sorry but ask them to redesign their plane..... don't need to put another fix

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Robert Lee
Robert Lee

You have to be able to overide the system. No red guarded kill switch ??

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Mickey Lewin
Mickey Lewin

Money changes everything.

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ali khazravi
ali khazravi

Beautifully edited and very well related, thanks god they cancel the Iranians order for it.

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Rich Trost
Rich Trost

What bothers me is that MCAS depended on a single angle of attack sensor unless you paid extra for input from both.  This strikes me as a major blunder where redundancy is a usually expected norm.

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FRFM00
FRFM00

Satanic ritual, nothing more nothing less and no two ways about it.

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Carl Rhode
Carl Rhode

This video is not the full truth! Boeing has raised the aircraft as well to accommodate the new engines. Please note that this is not a profit scandal. Boeing has made economy their philosophy. Planes like the 787 and 747-8 show this. What they made was a much needed update to the world's most famous airplane. Surely they also attempted to make the plane safer as well. A plane crash can destroy a company completely. Do you really think Boeing would be stupid enough to release an aircraft that they know would crash? This was an accident. Emphasis on the word "accident". Thank you.

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Adrian Cheung
Adrian Cheung

This is what happened when there is a competition and money is involve, and playing with innocent lives.

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Mary Rafuse
Mary Rafuse

Money and market share over safety. Way to go Boeing!

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trident3b
trident3b

silly question if i may... but why didn't boeing simply make the landing gear longer/higher (just like the AB)?? That would have raised the aircraft to the Airbus height. It can't be that expensive or difficult to enlarge the undercarriage, surely? Also, the americans are so quick to issue draconian sentences for things far less than this, but Boeing gets, and will get, away with it. Oh but we must get people like assange who expose extreme and deliberate atrocities, even with the threat of death for exposing others committing such heinous crimes.... and with this almost 400 people with little kids all stuck in a fuselage sent to their deaths, those responsible for that will get off scot-free.

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Sanjay Pathak
Sanjay Pathak

Irrational Exuberance .... “you will be flying the same plane as before” or am I making it up? And how far does minimal i-pad training go .... especially if the god Boeing says ... this is enough! There is a common thread of excessive clever dickiness running through both the in-service performance of the airbus neo and the boeing mcas engines ... be honest ... these are resl unsuspecting people being killed ....

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Brian Hall
Brian Hall

Boeing needs to get the pants sued off of them and a number of executives need to go to jail.

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brandi williams
brandi williams

this is information we all already knew since the incident happened last month. nothing new here.

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Noah R
Noah R

It really sucks how much corporations care more about money than human lives

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Bernal
Bernal

Very nice video , Tks for taking the time to do your research to explain the facts of what happen ...

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zoperxplex
zoperxplex

Gravity.

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dan italia
dan italia

put those resposible in jail..its the design and function of the plane is the problem..software to powerful .but if the pilot will take control of the plane the stall will be their problem..there is no solution but to ground all the 737 for good..

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Lance Roark
Lance Roark

Boeing: your max angle of climb is 35° Pilot: copy that, we’ll simply set climb to 35° and quit flying the plane. Boeing: no, you need to fly the plane and make sure the plane doesn’t increase its angle of climb Pilot: no, set it and forget it, that’s how I fly St Peter: Pilot, do you know what you did wrong? Pilot: yeah, I took control of a plane that had new engines Pete: yeah, not really. Why don’t you take the elevator to the ground floor. You wanna act the fool, we’ll treat you like a fool. Disclaimer: Good Ole Pete isn’t really in charge, nor does he work entry security.

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dunichtich100
dunichtich100

Airbus for the win! God bless all the families who lost a beloved one! ❤

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Tomaz
Tomaz

God damn Boeing greed. Time to short that sh*thole company.

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Adrian Nistreanu
Adrian Nistreanu

Boeing is a killer!

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Suresh Santhanam
Suresh Santhanam

Well narrated, competitions brings profit to the companies but it won't bring them back who died.

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Mr Man
Mr Man

Why should boeing be trusted anymore? and what should airplanes manufacturers do to ensure safety standards, and giving out correct and full information about their product?

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Jon Snow
Jon Snow

Great video, explained the problem very simply. From what was said, it appears that not enough product testing was done. If they had, they would have seen the fault and corrected it. It appears they were in a rush to sell.

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Priyanshu Tripathi
Priyanshu Tripathi

5:37 - Literally breaks me.

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Quaid Azam
Quaid Azam

Where are the billion dollar law suits against boeing in american courts? If this was a air bus and had caused american deaths, air bus would be stuck with law suits for its life and prolly go bankrupt. Just because boeing has federal protection no hue or cry over its failure to make the 737 max safe.

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GS-
GS-

This is a great and informative video. It made me decide to check out vox.com thinking, hey, maybe this is an actual unbiased news source. But when I got to vox.com it only took me six seconds to recognize it's a highly biased news source just like the ones that are already out there pushing their agenda (liberal or conservative) down our throats. Another sad day in in the media...

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Del Dmitrii
Del Dmitrii

*And airplanes are still much safer than cars yet*

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Joe Buckingham
Joe Buckingham

Unfortunately this is a problem with airbus too when the lead instructor pilot crashed the airbus when they put software control on the new plane. Airbus instead of accepting the blame shifted the blame to the instructor pilot which was bringing the plane for a show off. This crashed killed engineers, reporters and patrons of airbus!! Did airbus care absolutely no. If they did accept the blame there would not be an airbus company today. Did they ground or stop the plane, NO. Since there was not enough in the field.

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Bill G
Bill G

Instead of forcing the nose down, I wonder why they simply did not alert the pilot the climb rate was too high

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TheKimcheeRamen
TheKimcheeRamen

Boeing also fire whistleblowers who speak out https://youtu.be/rvkEpstd9os

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Masud Rana
Masud Rana

Why every sentence sound like Question ?¿??

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Fyrrux
Fyrrux

The real question is who came up with the idea of changing the plane without even knowing the consequences of his work? That person should be fired and in debt for the rest of his life.

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Robotics 4.0
Robotics 4.0

this happens when you pay managers more than engineers

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MR. Right
MR. Right

Airbus > Boeing

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softgoddessTM
softgoddessTM

i bet they’re losing hella stock

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Phil UK Net
Phil UK Net

Excellent video. Very clear and concise, and the first time I have accurately heard what actually happened.

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Dueling Fatties Gaming
Dueling Fatties Gaming

Why aren't people blaming the airlines that they crashed from? All these planes and only 2 crashed? No where else have they crashed. Only from these two countries. Might want to look as to why that happened.

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Mr coz
Mr coz

OK,,,,lets see going to see grandma at Christmas,,,,,,,,,choice,,,,,,Mom and Dad,,,and 3 kids,,,,,,fly there takes 2 hrs,,,,aboard a 737 MAX,,,,,,(they crash),,,,,drive there 14 hrs,,,hmmmmmmm pack the car kids,,,,,,"Road Trip"

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Martindyna
Martindyna

These terrible events show how competition between leading companies can lead to not only the fear of loosing money but also to embarrassment when one gets to implement a considerable improvement first. The financial incentive reminds me of the demise of Railtrack in the UK which was formed when British Rail was privatised; they tried to make the rails last longer than was good practice resulting in surface cracks and catastrophic failures (see Railtrack & Hatfield Crash Wikipedia pages). The resultant reaction (almost said over reaction) has resulted in the UK have one of the safest railways in the world.

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Ra A
Ra A

*Greed makes people ignorant and stupid... See they withhold that information fearing for a drop in their stock prices, yet when these people died, that’s when the real drop in stock prices will happen, and not just the small one they would have had if the told people about that little change, that cause lives to be lost.*

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Gabriel Fernandes
Gabriel Fernandes

It's like michael jackson said, all he wanted to say is that the jews don't really care about us.

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Spikes
Spikes

Its worse that just that. 1 year ago Air Bus had a same issue with their computer stalling the plane. Yet no one learned anything. This issues was brushed over and did not make the news. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cSh_Wo_mcY

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Jacq low
Jacq low

600 lives lost because they did not ground earlier.... these ppl ought to go to jail

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Gary Tarr
Gary Tarr

If its a Boeing , I AINT GOING !!!!

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Dorian Carleton
Dorian Carleton

Well the Boeing Video of the Aircraft problay wasnt so Amazing after all https://youtu.be/O8W3TnLnPmQ

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jmcascardo
jmcascardo

When Wall Street controls our safety, this happens. Our whole society, from medicine to transportation, it's all about the profit!

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Collin
Collin

People make mistakes, it's just how life is. Nobody is perfect!

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SynTax
SynTax

if i was the engineer i would suggest increase the height of the landing gears. It would be better crash landing than high altitude crash

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chindi ap
chindi ap

I'm a pilot, not a software engineer!

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Mike Dinno
Mike Dinno

They make garbage for the military also. That's why more deaths are from equipment failure than it is from enemy fire. Not just from Boeing either. Stupid Hollywood and the media like to over glorify it all and the opposite is true. It's one if the big reasons why you'll never see peace in the world and why we always instigate and start wars. To keep scumbag companies like this alive and in business. Again, the opposite of what your fake media tells you about war on terror.

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Unknown Caller
Unknown Caller

Hope these two company’s management can sleep well at night knowing they were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of people because of their greed of money

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Miguel Miquel
Miguel Miquel

That's not how business works one person selling more does not make the other person lose money the other company is still profitable. There is so much market share out there neither 1 of them can fill fill all of the the man for airplanes. Whoever list in the Vox has got to be f******* sick in the head or mentally insufficient. They usually don't know the fucktard talking about

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Madmoody21
Madmoody21

Still pilots Not flying for those two airlines have noted these issues and successfully flown this airliner safely. I would be willing to bet these two pilots did not take the time retrain THEIR SELF and therefore lost their life. My life is ultimately my responsibility.

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Robin Anna'Niaz
Robin Anna'Niaz

Looks like someone is going to lose their 10% lead in the market share

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Sivusek147
Sivusek147

And noone will be hold responsible for all those deaths

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Paul Paul
Paul Paul

Well explained.

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Boeing fans like to point out that Airbus have had instances of nose down stall protection activate. Whilst this is true it’s rarer because Airbus has 3 AOA’s to gain information so if one fails or gives false readings, it is disregarded. However if two do fail (and has happened the 2 systems can be deactivated by turning of the ADR on the overhead panel and the plane can be flown with the stall protection deactivated

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Max Spiekermann
Max Spiekermann

I hope they get sued for billions of dollars so they get in dept.

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Axel Kevin Andales
Axel Kevin Andales

when money is life

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