Category: Boeing’s

Boeing’s Culture Puts You In Danger
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Boeing’s Culture Puts You In Danger

Boeing has found foreign object debris in several of its grounded 737 MAX planes. The company has a long history of delivering dangerous, debris-filled planes to consumers. Boeing needs to dramatically overhaul its quality control system and inspect every 737 MAX it has ever produced before the plane is ungrounded. How would you feel if…

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Boeing’s CEO will Get a Fat Payday if the 737 MAX Returns
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Boeing’s CEO will Get a Fat Payday if the 737 MAX Returns

Boeing’s CEO, David Calhoun, will enjoy a massive payday when the Boeing 737 MAX returns to service. His compensation package includes bonuses that will activate when the plane is ungrounded. Is Boeing incentivizing Mr. Calhoun to rush the 737 MAX back into service and put profits over safety? Despite criticism from U.S lawmakers, Boeing CEO…

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Boeing’s Starliner crew spacecraft nails desert landing, a first for a U.S.-made, human-rated capsule
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Boeing’s Starliner crew spacecraft nails desert landing, a first for a U.S.-made, human-rated capsule

The Boeing Starliner CST-100 spacecraft, which will be one of the first new human-rated spacecraft to carry astronauts from the U.S. to space, has successfully returned from orbit and landed at its target landing site in White Sands, New Mexico. The capsule touched down at 7:58 AM EST, right on time for the mission’s planned…

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Boeing’s Starliner crew spacecraft will attempt a landing on Sunday
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Boeing’s Starliner crew spacecraft will attempt a landing on Sunday

Boeing launched its Starliner CST-100 commercial crew spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS) for the first time on Friday morning in an uncrewed test, and while an error with the onboard mission clock meant that the Starliner didn’t reach its target orbit as intended and subsequently didn’t have enough fuel on board to actually…

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Cracks in Boeing’s 737 NG Could Signal More Pain Ahead
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Cracks in Boeing’s 737 NG Could Signal More Pain Ahead

An older model of Boeing’s 737 aircraft has been found to have a faulty joint between the wing and fuselage. The new development adds fuel to accusations that Boeing’s company culture has pushed employees to put safety below profits. While the 737 MAX issues are unrelated, it adds to a growing list of complaints about…

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