Wednesday, May 8, 2024

Boeing Boeing Not On the Road To Regaining Reputation Of Quality As a Boeing Fed EX Plane Landing in Istanbul Has Front Wheel Collapse


William E. Boeing, the co-founder of Boeing was cremated after his death on September 28, 1956 aboard his yacht Taconite when his heart failed
And his ashes were scattered in the seas off the British Columbia coast where he on Taconite would often sail
Had he not been cremated he would be rolling in his grave
Another news event of poor quality sending to the general public shockwaves
Boeing once was the gold standard for engineering and manufacture
Now what appears to be a lack of quality control nowhere near its former stature
A Boeing 767 operated by Fed Ex landing in Istanbul had its nose wheel collapse
Managed to stay on the runway with no one injured but adding to Boeing’s lack of quality bad rap
From the 2 Boeing 737 Max 8 roller coaster rides that crashed killing all aboard that  for 21 months grounded the plane
To a door blown out shortly after takeoff, engines failing and wheels falling off despite Boeing’s quality control improvement campaign
To dozens of unfinished 737 Max 8 with holes not drilled to manufacturer’s specs
No wonder passengers feel at unease and would rather the plane reject
A 6 week F.A.A. audit of quality control found a number failures which Boeing is supposed to have fixed by the end of May
The DOJ is supposedly weighing whether a criminal prosecution will be on its way
Whistleblowers have appeared before Congress to warn that quality and safety have been relegated to the backseat
Victims of Boeing’s need to expand production to the airlines’ expanding orders to complete

5/8/2024 Michael P. Ridley aka The Alaskanpoet

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