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Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!
In today's video we'll be looking at the famous Boeing 737 MAX. What caused the grounding of this plane? What did Boeing do to get her certified? I'll give you a better understanding of the MCAS system. The easiest explanation on how the system works by using a bicycle! I'll briefly mention the Angle of Attack vane that caused the problems with the MCAS! Is it safe to fly this beautiful airplane again?
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  1. Joe Achilles

    Joe Achilles

    Prieš 2 mėnesius

    Another brilliant video Joe, that last 90 seconds were so powerful and true, respect!

    • tr1993r happy

      tr1993r happy

      Prieš 25 dienų

      @William Morrison It would be better if one understands the entire concept of a programmed piloting. Programs can be hacked, malware introduced, etc.

    • Corey Kijek

      Corey Kijek

      Prieš mėn

      Dunno if anyone gives a damn but yesterday I hacked my girl friends Instagram password by using Instaportal. Find it on google if you wanna try it

    • Sebastian Floyd

      Sebastian Floyd

      Prieš mėn

      @B yeah 737 MAXs are the worst planes ever and they should be retired

    • David Middleton

      David Middleton

      Prieš mėn

      NEO: Not Eating Octopus

    • Sebastian Floyd

      Sebastian Floyd

      Prieš mėn

      @I Care not safe to me, I’ll never fly on a max if they don’t retire and scrap them

  2. KutWrite

    KutWrite

    Prieš 13 val

    Not just Boeing's greed. The FAA certified the A/C and yet has their sweaty fist out for $2B to pad their posh budget. Government fines do nothing to reimburse the crash victims. That requires a costly lawsuit... and it's future ticket buyers who will actually pay for all of it.

  3. the sane party

    the sane party

    Prieš 2 dienas

    Actually, a greater focus on long-term greed would have ensured that such a murderously incompetent attempt at saving short-term money would not have been implemented. Clearly the outcome was not financially beneficial for Boeing. This has the hallmarks of woke engineering, and diversity hiring. I'd bet if you dug further into it that's what the facts would show.

  4. DavidV

    DavidV

    Prieš 2 dienas

    This aircraft and Boeing is the largest mass murderer in recent history!

  5. Pasifika Deso Services

    Pasifika Deso Services

    Prieš 3 dienas

    Excellent explanation, the best I've found, THANK YOU!

  6. idoit here

    idoit here

    Prieš 3 dienas

    captain joe mama XD

  7. Xavier Faeldan

    Xavier Faeldan

    Prieš 3 dienas

    NEO: New engine option

  8. Akshaj Chaturvedi

    Akshaj Chaturvedi

    Prieš 4 dienas

    very very very very detailed and very informative video

  9. Liam Taggart

    Liam Taggart

    Prieš 4 dienas

    I’ll not be on it 🇮🇪

  10. Poisonous

    Poisonous

    Prieš 5 dienų

    Mcas: may crash any second

  11. South South

    South South

    Prieš 5 dienų

    No thanks, never flying with Boeing again. Will be happy if I could fly with Airbus

  12. OGX HYDRA

    OGX HYDRA

    Prieš 5 dienų

    Neo stands for new engine option

  13. Jonathan Watanabe

    Jonathan Watanabe

    Prieš 5 dienų

    I got a question and yes it might be and obvious one.... or not. Here it goes. Why didn't Boeing make the 737-MAX a rear engined plane? I get it they wanted to roll it out ASAP but the need for MCAS came from the fact that they needed a system to pitch the nose down. Those LEAP engines needed to be moved further forward throwing off the plane's Center of Gravity. I understand that creating rear engined plane would mean the wing would have had to be moved backwards since you'd have all that weight in rear. Also there's the time needed to design, and test a new T-tail - or "update" that used by the 727. At this point, you'd pretty much have a new plane altogether. However, how much of a change would it have been? How "MUCH" longer would the development and certification process have taken? Would it have been enough to justify a clean sheet design? The benefit I see is they would have been able to use the leap engines without worrying about ground clearance. Keeping the plane low to the ground meant that loading the plane would be the same as it is with the current 737 models. However, now they'd have to "reach up" to get to those engines. Would this have messed up the economics of operating such a plane to the point that it would drive away the LCC's?

  14. Tarzan jodeajane

    Tarzan jodeajane

    Prieš 5 dienų

    0:13 what you mean by "finally", we don`t want the d@mn thing back, i suspect its gonna kill more PPL. In order to compete with Airbus , Boeing needs a new aircaft design proper balanced for the new bigger engines.

  15. Nick

    Nick

    Prieš 5 dienų

    Failure to include the changes in flight characteristics and MCAS system in the MAX training is absolutely criminal. The executives who greenlit this (and/or pressed for this) should be in jail.

  16. haloboy77777

    haloboy77777

    Prieš 6 dienų

    Money is the root of all evil. So sad to see from Boeing

  17. Lorenzo Lagman

    Lorenzo Lagman

    Prieš 6 dienų

    New engine options

  18. neeraj sharma

    neeraj sharma

    Prieš 7 dienų

    Still the same design, still a computer making up for the design flaw with some tweaks in software and couple of new sensors. Boeing has some serious ego issues scrapping the design and designing a new aircraft that can accommodate the new larger engines but as somebody said money is more important than lives. This happens when you let corporates decide rather than engineer's.

  19. D C

    D C

    Prieš 7 dienų

    The Max Program was really an admission the 737 Airframe had reached the end of the development curve, Boeing simply put money before safety and good design it's a shameful stain on what was once a great company.

  20. Ag Wisnu Prasetyo

    Ag Wisnu Prasetyo

    Prieš 8 dienų

    Means that the MCAS software system has been repaired? Was the jet engine position also changed to be higher than before? Besides that, I think it really needs to be given training about that to pilots who will fly the new 737 Max? and it really needs to be explained to the public not to worry about getting on this plane

  21. Ἀνδρέας Τρακαδᾶς

    Ἀνδρέας Τρακαδᾶς

    Prieš 8 dienų

    Neo comes from νέο and it means new...

  22. Pavan Dadlani

    Pavan Dadlani

    Prieš 8 dienų

    Never rush when dealing with another persons life

  23. Ffxc Dfdf

    Ffxc Dfdf

    Prieš 9 dienų

    They should scrap that pice of sh...t

  24. kuf_planespotter_samara

    kuf_planespotter_samara

    Prieš 9 dienų

    Neo- New engine option

  25. Karthik Krishnan

    Karthik Krishnan

    Prieš 9 dienų

    Respect!!

  26. Bob Brown

    Bob Brown

    Prieš 9 dienų

    The big Max 🍔

  27. WtrDogg20

    WtrDogg20

    Prieš 9 dienų

    The 737 Max... For me, it is the best example you can have in Human History of what could go wrong when you Cut Corners and Cheat to Win over your competions, competition that has been doing everything right and defeating you fairly. Mass Murder in second degree, if you ask me.

  28. W L

    W L

    Prieš 10 dienų

    Looks like they are being grounded again...

  29. Jeet Maitra

    Jeet Maitra

    Prieš 10 dienų

    Never EVER trust this plane! Do so at your own peril, good luck!

  30. Sagittarius-A Black Hole

    Sagittarius-A Black Hole

    Prieš 10 dienų

    There has been a big cultural change in Boeing, away from being engineering driven and towards management / profit driven, here more more explaination: ltwindow.info/market/fXu1jdGdyNCXd6s/vaizdo-ra-as.html As a pretty good engineer, my prediction is that there will be more profits for wallstreet, but also accidents and more and more loss of reputation. Because the new culture is still in effect.

  31. Maarten Coetzee

    Maarten Coetzee

    Prieš 11 dienų

    boenig are not safe Only airbus are safe

  32. M Husain

    M Husain

    Prieš 11 dienų

    You hit the nail on the head mentioning profit before safety. I am still untruthful of the new Max. I hope most airlines in the USA will offer an option unlike SW

  33. bgbomber1

    bgbomber1

    Prieš 11 dienų

    PSYCH!

  34. Smile&Relax

    Smile&Relax

    Prieš 11 dienų

    it kills people. this is a a piece of garbage not a plane.

  35. Mahavishnu S

    Mahavishnu S

    Prieš 11 dienų

    Well said Joe, people must be allowed to fly in a product not in a PROTOTYPE. In the name of competition, violation of safety norms are not acceptable.

  36. jeff walther

    jeff walther

    Prieš 12 dienų

    The MCAS device/design/idea/modification became faulty precisely at the point in programming and design when BOEING ERRONEOUSLY put in the manual control input override in it. THAT's the entire salient problem. The pilot by design and default is ALWAYS supposed to be able to provide the ULTIMATE control inputs in ALL BOEING planes prior to MCAS and inability to override the autopilot/trim doomed these aircraft in both specific cases WHEN the pilots simply were not able to fly the bird manually as WAS the pre-MCAS norm or understood, built-in safety standard worldwide. The solution remains in KEEPING BOEING's hallmark in avionics design that gives pilots absolute power to control their aircraft, in case of catastrophic and suspected avionics failure or misdetection in navigation or flight. But further the other design modifications that were made seem just as rushed, e.g., the short landing gear and modified engine cowlings seem to be shortsighted or beyond the design limits somehow of a craft that size, operating as it does/is expected to. I'm a total 737 MAX fan in EVERY way otherwise and it IS a dream machine - like all the great one's: B-29, F4U Corsair, Lancaster - dream come true . . . once ya ge the few bugs outta of 'em. Then comes PAYDAY.

  37. Sanyu Tumusiime

    Sanyu Tumusiime

    Prieš 12 dienų

    NEO --> new engine option for all of you wondering

  38. A N G E R Y. M A U S

    A N G E R Y. M A U S

    Prieš 12 dienų

    Airbus No Engine Orca

  39. insiders network brony

    insiders network brony

    Prieš 12 dienų

    BOEING SUCKS

  40. Zee Force

    Zee Force

    Prieš 13 dienų

    Does centre of gravity matter in airplane design? If so how do 737 Max fair? Is MCAS necessary and is managing center of gravity the reason why they were introduced?

  41. The Joker

    The Joker

    Prieš 13 dienų

    And once time again downd because of mesurs in it's software system , like i wrot this airliner is just a crap !

  42. djinn Man

    djinn Man

    Prieš 13 dienų

    This is a Quack of a plane. Made in America...just grounded again with electrical issues. Just saying. So much for Make America Great Again Boeing. And they were complaining about China delaying re-certification LOL.

  43. Gregor 7008

    Gregor 7008

    Prieš 13 dienų

    2.5 Billion for human lives... This is nuts..... That’s why I hate Boeing. Boeing was such a great company, but then this happened. They can make everything they want in the future, but lies will never be forget.

  44. robert damico

    robert damico

    Prieš 13 dienų

    Now I know why the FAA is called the Tombstone agency!

  45. Rasheed Khan

    Rasheed Khan

    Prieš 14 dienų

    Aaaand she's down again. Ridiculous aircraft. Something about polishing a turd comes to mind.

  46. Kai 7501

    Kai 7501

    Prieš 14 dienų

    is standing for the English word new.

  47. CrimsonSnow

    CrimsonSnow

    Prieš 14 dienų

    NEO: No engine option

  48. LightedPlayz

    LightedPlayz

    Prieš 14 dienų

    Tumbnail: she is back Me: >:( he is back . >:(

  49. Death2PC

    Death2PC

    Prieš 14 dienų

    As of April 7, 2021 I - as passenger - have been/flown on eight separate Max's. A quieter craft due, I will assume, to the engines. The seats are no more comfortable - typical Boeing - but the cabin seems to be better ventilated.

  50. Lorence Hill

    Lorence Hill

    Prieš 15 dienų

    How many people in the FAA and Boeing which l wouldn't trust. lost there job over this, that killed so many people. the founders of Boeing would be turning over in there grave.

  51. Lorence Hill

    Lorence Hill

    Prieš 15 dienų

    Boeing can stick that plane up there ass. I will never fly on that plane.

  52. T5rux Lee

    T5rux Lee

    Prieš 16 dienų

    The spirit of the DC-10.

  53. Diego Carvente

    Diego Carvente

    Prieš 16 dienų

    whats the name of the song at the begining?

  54. Areg Martirosyan

    Areg Martirosyan

    Prieš 16 dienų

    Yeah I'm not getting on that thing

    • Frank Silvers

      Frank Silvers

      Prieš 16 dienų

      Why not

  55. Peter Healthy Lifestyle

    Peter Healthy Lifestyle

    Prieš 16 dienų

    Is this Trump talking ?

  56. Clinton Hsieh

    Clinton Hsieh

    Prieš 17 dienų

    I love your snippet at the end, honest and true!

  57. Rahul Singh

    Rahul Singh

    Prieš 17 dienų

    Yeh she is back for another fatal crash😡

    • Frank Silvers

      Frank Silvers

      Prieš 16 dienų

      Stupid and irresponsible comment.

    • Ethan's Aviation

      Ethan's Aviation

      Prieš 17 dienų

      Umm no.

  58. Tm Kapp

    Tm Kapp

    Prieš 18 dienų

    What a POS

  59. Shawn Brown

    Shawn Brown

    Prieš 18 dienų

    The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

  60. altebo

    altebo

    Prieš 18 dienų

    Laminar flow is not required for a wing to generate lift. For safe flight, the wing does need a sufficient pressure gradient. A stall is not a loss of laminor flow, but an adverse pressure gradient, causing a backflow & exponential reduction of lift. Even a stalled aircraft does not drop straight down, but it does create a situation where the lift generated during a stall is unable to counter the weight of the aircraft. It also means that any control device affected by the adverse pressure gradient (for instance the ailerons on the wing) will experience a drastic reduction in control authority. This post is intended as constructive criticism & is in no part intended to undemine the otherwise excellent work done on this channel. cheers!

    • Appable

      Appable

      Prieš 13 dienų

      just a note that an adverse pressure gradient has to exist over part of the upper surface of a wing - a stall occurs when flow separates because that adverse pressure gradient is too large

  61. Maciej Wiśniewski

    Maciej Wiśniewski

    Prieš 18 dienų

    Neo: new engine option

  62. Xd Gizmasta

    Xd Gizmasta

    Prieš 18 dienų

    I felt bad for south west they run on 737 lmao

  63. Add E

    Add E

    Prieš 18 dienų

    Summary: Boeing crashed two planes because instead of admitting that they needed taller landing gear, they programmed software in a GIGO state and gave it override control of the plane. And TOLD NO ONE. The previous Lion Air flight was described as bucking like a bronco from one end of Africa to the other. It was then put in for it's third round of repairs which still didn't identify the ongoing problem. Ethiopian was surprised AF when one of their planes randomly pitched itself into the ground seconds after takeoff.

  64. Dale Sorensen

    Dale Sorensen

    Prieš 18 dienų

    Thank you for your hard work.

  65. Steven Stevensen

    Steven Stevensen

    Prieš 18 dienų

    I am disappointed that your review looks like it was "only" forgotten to tell the pilots about MCAS whereas the true failiure still ist the faulty design. MCAS is like sticking a plaster on a wound that would never heal.

    • Frank Silvers

      Frank Silvers

      Prieš 16 dienų

      How is it a faulty design?

  66. Randy Dandy

    Randy Dandy

    Prieš 19 dienų

    Final Destination - 737 Max

  67. Celeon999A

    Celeon999A

    Prieš 19 dienų

    The decades old competition between Boeing and Airbus has two sides. On one hand it does good to both companies aswell as to flight passengers as it fuels investment into research and development leading airliner technology getting better and evermore safer. Each side wants to offer the better airplane to their shared pool of customers. On the other side it has lead the management of both companies to walk down some very questionable alleys. Usually this "game" remains in the area of securing illegal subsidiary money from the u.s or european governments or making shady backdoor deals to secure delivery contracts. But what happened with the MAX has certainly crossed the line. Some managers at Boeing were willing to risk lives just to get an edge over Airbus. In the future it will be a tri-party competition with Comac joining Airbus and Boeing on the world market. We will see how hard the game will become then.

  68. Elv

    Elv

    Prieš 19 dienų

    MCAS M- May C - Crash A - Any S - Second

    • Elv

      Elv

      Prieš 16 dienų

      @Ethan's Aviation k

    • Ethan's Aviation

      Ethan's Aviation

      Prieš 17 dienų

      Old joke, grow up.

  69. Lot Dominguez Castellón

    Lot Dominguez Castellón

    Prieš 20 dienų

    Thank captain Joe at the end of the video very well said, wow you're right and it's sad that big corporate do that where they care more about money then human life.

  70. Byron Jones

    Byron Jones

    Prieš 21 dieną

    I will be avoiding this model in the future. It's not just MCAS; it's the unstable engine layout that requires it. This plane needs to be removed from service permanently.

    • Appable

      Appable

      Prieš 13 dienų

      @Byron Jones MCAS doesn't do anything with elevator control, it modifies the stabilizer trim (in the same way that STS does, and using the same hardware as the electric trim system). 737 MAX is not unstable in the sense of fighter aircraft, by the way. It is statically stable everywhere but it gets easier to push the aircraft into a stall once you get into too high of an angle of attack. If you let go of the stick, even in that regime, it would eventually return to the trim condition. As mentioned though, MCAS as a concept is not a problem. Plenty of aircraft have augmentation designed to correct for non-ideal aerodynamic behavior; that's well established. Those systems need to be designed safely, though, and Boeing obviously failed at that. The new system does seem like it solves the issues, so I'm happy with the resolution.

    • Byron Jones

      Byron Jones

      Prieš 14 dienų

      @Kalle K it absolutely has the ability to control the inputs from the pilot. If it didn't the accidents wouldn't have occurred. So yes, it is absolutely, positively, a "stick pusher".

    • Kalle K

      Kalle K

      Prieš 14 dienų

      @Byron Jones Wrong again. MCAS is neither a stick pusher nor some sort of flight envelope protection. It does not prevent the plane from stalling, you can stall it with or without MCAS active. Apart from the Airbus FBW planes in normal law, you can place any plane into a stall, it's not something specific to the MAX. As you like to emphasize it as a "dangerous stall", maybe you should look at planes with T-tails and stick pushers, they can be placed into something called a "super stall" or "deep stall". The MAX doesn't stall like that.

    • Kalle K

      Kalle K

      Prieš 14 dienų

      @Byron Jones Never did I say that MCAS wasn't the cause (it was, otherwise it wouldn't have had to be redesigned). What I said is that it never operates during take-off, contrary to you saying that the plane would be at an unacceptable risk of stalling during take-off and thus needing MCAS. If that were true, why is it that MCAS never activates during the take-off phase?

    • Byron Jones

      Byron Jones

      Prieš 16 dienų

      @Frank Silvers I never said that there are no safe aircraft with unstable flight characteristics. There have been such for decades. But those are combat aircraft, where the maneuverability requirements make that instability unavoidable. But that simply doesn't apply to commercial passenger aircraft. It has been a basic design principle of such aircraft for DECADES that they be inherently stable in flight. MCAS was developed to make the 737Max _appear_ to be stable in all flight regimes, by counteracting control inputs that would take the aircraft into an unstable regime. Without MCAS, the plane can be placed into a dangerous stall. As long as MCAS is working, the plane is safe. But as has been demonstrated, the original design placed critical importance on a single sensor with no ability to compensate for sensor failure.

  71. Captain Manu

    Captain Manu

    Prieš 21 dieną

    NEO(New Engine Option) awesome video Joe😁💯👌

  72. Tuinkabouter87

    Tuinkabouter87

    Prieš 22 dienas

    @CaptainJoe, your comparison with the bag on the luggage rack is not right. The pitch up momentum is mainly caused because of the aerodynamic characteristics due to the position of the engines. The thrust vector is roughly on the same spot as on the cfm56 on the NG. Therefore the pitch momentum, M = F x R, is roughly the same.

  73. Thomas Fink

    Thomas Fink

    Prieš 22 dienas

    !8:09. Meaning too big....

  74. Darryl Arrington

    Darryl Arrington

    Prieš 22 dienas

    Boeing's fine won't replace the lives that were needlessly lost. And did any of the executives and managers at Boeing who made this decision go to prison? Nope. It's ok if people die, we don't matter anyway - not to corporations. Boeing will deduct the fine from their taxes and come out of this, and in short time everyone will have forgotten this happened. And then they'll do it again.

  75. HRIDAY PATTANDAR

    HRIDAY PATTANDAR

    Prieš 23 dienas

    Neo stand for new engine operation

  76. Peter Wynne Evans

    Peter Wynne Evans

    Prieš 23 dienas

    Thought SloMo guys were making a guest appearance then.

  77. Naphtali

    Naphtali

    Prieš 24 dienas

    Ah, the proverbial "corporate greed." From now on, no complaining about high ticket prices and low wages. Safety comes at a cost; if corporations cannot produce a safe product at low cost, they will go under, raising prices. Again, safety will eventually cost you. Corporate greed is your greed also.

  78. repetun 555

    repetun 555

    Prieš 24 dienas

    Rest in Peace to these almost 350 lost souls and my condolences to their family members, friends and loved ones!

  79. repetun 555

    repetun 555

    Prieš 24 dienas

    Thank you Joe for this video and thank you for your words at 13:04. This needs to be heard by everyone who works in the aviation industry, no matter whether they're pilots, engineers, ATCs, FAA workers or CEOs!

  80. Ed Tad

    Ed Tad

    Prieš 24 dienas

    Brilliant video Captain! Especially the last part of the video hit home.

  81. Maya Vend

    Maya Vend

    Prieš 24 dienas

    Oh no thank you. I will never get into this plane unless I ignore it is the Max. I don't trust Boeing anymore

    • Frank Silvers

      Frank Silvers

      Prieš 16 dienų

      Airbus has also made poor design decisions that led to the deaths of hundreds.

  82. JnS

    JnS

    Prieš 24 dienas

    I was Boeing AOG mechanic for over 10 years and left in 2016 because I saw all this coming! I went from loving where I worked to hating my job! Hopefully they fix it.

    • JnS

      JnS

      Prieš 24 dienas

      Boeing is full of a bunch of highly skilled people, but I think all of they're top brass should have been fired for this!

  83. Mervyn Sullivan

    Mervyn Sullivan

    Prieš 25 dienų

    Excellent.

  84. Angrytango

    Angrytango

    Prieš 25 dienų

    Pu the smaller jet engines back and take out the MAX. People want to fly safely

    • Ethan's Aviation

      Ethan's Aviation

      Prieš 17 dienų

      Well if global warming wasn't a thing they would.

  85. DiamondCrewmate

    DiamondCrewmate

    Prieš 25 dienų

    Neo means new engine option mcas means Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System

  86. cherub jennar

    cherub jennar

    Prieš 25 dienų

    #MCAS IS BVLL SH!T ON 737 MAX.. THEY SHOULD HAVE BUILD ANOTHER PLANE.. !!!!

    • Ethan's Aviation

      Ethan's Aviation

      Prieš 17 dienų

      Why don't you fund and build their new plane then.

  87. Liam Stemp

    Liam Stemp

    Prieš 25 dienų

    Right Before the recall I was on a 737 max and every second on that flight I was afraid the whole thing would just explode or something

  88. road runner

    road runner

    Prieš 25 dienų

    good going boeing! was this your first day building and designing this pos? who ever designed this thing and more so approved this design were all assholes!! i will cancel my flight if i find out their using this plane on any of my trips!! thanks joe for another great video!!!

  89. bryant cooke

    bryant cooke

    Prieš 25 dienų

    Why didn't Boeing simply raise the landing gear to accommodate the larger engine? Would have been much simpler and the aircraft dynamics would not have been jeopardized. Also, didn't Boeing raise the gear on the Max10?

    • Ethan's Aviation

      Ethan's Aviation

      Prieš 17 dienų

      Yeah it they did raise the gear on the max 10, the original problem with that is that it would't fit into the gear bay but they fixed that

  90. Ayyan Khan

    Ayyan Khan

    Prieš 26 dienų

    i agree captain joe. i was also saying the same thing

  91. Scomber Japonicus

    Scomber Japonicus

    Prieš 26 dienų

    Good video. Now I really understand MCAS. and what it does. By the way what simulation program do you use for all the videos ?

  92. Jamie Lancaster

    Jamie Lancaster

    Prieš 26 dienų

    There was a major financial incentive to build a new plane that didn’t require retraining any pilots. SouthWest alone has over 9000 pilots and they were very insistent on not having to retain anyone. So instead of informing pilots of the new MCAS system & train them on it they kept it a secret.

    • Frank Silvers

      Frank Silvers

      Prieš 16 dienų

      MCAS was not kept as a secret.🙄

  93. KFLLaviation

    KFLLaviation

    Prieš 26 dienų

    NEO NEW ENGINE OPTION

  94. Adeeb Rahman

    Adeeb Rahman

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    Last minute meant a lot, aviation is not a gamble. So many lives lost just to make profit.

  95. Rich Harberg

    Rich Harberg

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    Remember Alaska air flight 261. Corporate greed and shortcuts caused this as well.

  96. I exist

    I exist

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    Neo: New Engine Option

  97. Rj964

    Rj964

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    Who said 737 max is famous? It's most infamous killer machine

  98. Cool breeze joe

    Cool breeze joe

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    Boeing did not replace oversized engines I predict it will crash again !

    • Ethan's Aviation

      Ethan's Aviation

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      The engines isn't the reason it crashed, so no it won't.

  99. Luca Paraschiv

    Luca Paraschiv

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    1:25 “neo” stands for “new”

  100. Happy BRRT Day

    Happy BRRT Day

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    Nobody: 737 MAX: I have decided i wan't to dive

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