The Economics That Made Boeing Build the 737 Max

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    [1] www.nytimes.com/2019/04/08/business/boeing-737-max-.html
    [2] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_jet_airliners
    [3] www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/boeing-boss-green-lights-all-new-next-generation-nar-353056/
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    [13] www.panamacademy.com/boeing-737-ng-type-rating-and-training-courses
    [14] www.nytimes.com/2019/04/08/business/boeing-737-max-.html
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    [16] aircanada.mediaroom.com/2019-03-19-Air-Canada-Updates-Schedule-Following-the-Grounding-of-the-Boeing-737-MAX-Aircraft
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Hey all,  I hope you find this video interesting. It is meant to provide an overview of what led to Boeing creating the 737 MAX rather than giving a comprehensive overview of the factors leading to the two crashes and the issues with MCAS so the explanation on that is quick. If you want to learn more about that, I would suggest starting with this article: https://theaircurrent.com/aviation-safety/vestigal-design-issue-clouds-737-max-crash-investigations/ Also, for the first time ever, we're taking topic suggestions for future Wendover videos. If we end up using your topic, we'll send you a free Wendover t-shirt in gratitude. Submit your ideas here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdMAoo9CfGxr5OvZdz3qCCEkeQSVJpak3YYTHQFLRwXOyTOXA/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Christopher Morrow
Christopher Morrow

No mention of the pilots not turning off the stabilizer trim during blatant pitch trim runaway?

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Victor Cordis
Victor Cordis

You forgot to mention the low quality production standards of the 2nd Boeing factory

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revaholic
revaholic

Great video. On the last sentence, it wasn't just a hasty decision made by hasty human brains, it was a hasty decision made by human brains stuck in the capitalistic money making cycle.

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Igor Perfeito Vivo
Igor Perfeito Vivo

For all people questioning technical aspects of this video, just don’t. This fella is not technical and slipped here and there when talking technical aspects such as if the MAX is fly by wire or what this even means. This is a video where he explains economical factors and those should be the only ones closely observed here, even more because he demonstrates some bias towards thinking that Airbus makes more modern aircrafts while Boeing just refurbished its fleet. Ignore the technicalities and the video is good.

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Bobby Collins
Bobby Collins

they say that 'people have the power'! if a company, such as Boeing, lied to us (people) the consumers of air travel... if a company, such as Boeing, deceived us all about the safety of it's 737 MAX... if a company, such as Boeing, allowed not one, but two crashes to occur... if a company, such as Boeing, sells warfare products that kill people if a company, such as Boeing, uses cover-ups and lies and is in cahoots with the FAA and other governmental entities... then why don'T we, the people, demand to airlines, that we don't trust Boeing as a company and refuse to fly on its aircraft?

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NatureXwars
NatureXwars

Why just the nose landing gear? Wouldn't it be simpler to raise all the landing gears to give solution to the bigger engines & to have prevented the MCAS system from becoming a thing?

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Often Elsewhere
Often Elsewhere

9:51 Actually according to your diagram and they didn’t move it that much farther up just saying might want to get on the animation guys. you had one job!

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Rajab K.B
Rajab K.B

Is that Bahrain at 7:11 ?

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james James
james James

Boeing was so lucky that covd19 arrived and took the torch of bad publicity of them. That's what they wanted. Something to take attention of them and their very many stuff ups, regarding the 737 max 8 This lucky diversion has given them breathing space. This however cannot erase the things that they are guilty off. People have died, and nobody can forget that.

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Bosstown Dynamics
Bosstown Dynamics

The worst part about MCAS is that the MAX planes apparently were equipped with 2 of them, but the system would alternate, on each startup it would use one, then the other. An optional upgrade (which many airlines didn't even realise wasn't standard) would enable MCAS to use both simultaneously for sanity checking, but most were configured for single sensor operation. That's why at least one of the planes showed that strange pattern where it exhibited the severe pitch down problem in a flight, was assessed and seemed normal, then on the next flight crashed - it had switched from its faulty sensor to its still good sensor when being tested, then switched back to the faulty sensor on the next flight. Part of Boeing's fix iirc was to make it so that all MAX planes use both sensors all the time to reduce single points of failure.

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Bosstown Dynamics
Bosstown Dynamics

@Thomas Mortimore Definitely, total negligence on their part

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Which should obviously have been done in the first place

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aoe tje
aoe tje

The correct definition for Mcas is: May Crash Any Second...how could they HIDE it from pilots, DELIBERATELY - bunch of money hungry scumbags

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Faisal Hashim
Faisal Hashim

"This video is brought to you by Boeing. Use the promocode 'MCAS' and get your death certificate early"

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martin camilleri
martin camilleri

Most modern airplanes emit fuel. The 737 MAX does not

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Philip Koen
Philip Koen

A brand new airplane? 0:10 . Not even close, its an old plane dolled with dodgy tricks. 1:20 is more like it!

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Javier Harth
Javier Harth

Boeing did this out of greed, and now with the excuse of the pandemic, the US tax payer will bail Boeing out of their predicament such that they can carry on making profit for most of the politicians which own Boeing stock... A murderer of hundreds of people is not only getting away with murder, but our government is giving them 60 billion dollars of our money so they can make more airplanes and military equipment, and our senators, president, and representatives, can share in the profits of their risk taking at the tax payers' expense. Where is the justice in that?

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Neil Anoop
Neil Anoop

Ryanair uses 737-800 and 737-700

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Only 1x -700

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Jeff Bourke
Jeff Bourke

737 Max is junk. The safety features are OPTIONAL. OPTIONAL SAFETY FEATURES.

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GooglR Ratings
GooglR Ratings

I fly a lot as part of my job, my company has signed a policy last year that no employee's flight will ever be booked on Boeing 737 Max plane. But preferably Airbus. I was on a flight 9 times already since Christmas and every flight was on an Airbus, I was able to sleep like a baby during the flight, I am certain that I wouldn't be able to close my eyes on a Boeing.

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RogerWilco
RogerWilco

Another problem is that the had MCAS affect the trim system, instead of being a stick pusher system, which would have been much safer. But a stick pusher system would have required new certification and training of pilots. Changes to the trim systems are less regulated.

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miles tian
miles tian

I mean they have tens of billions to buyback stocks, but not a dime to invent new plane.

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Robin Sattahip
Robin Sattahip

So what would a 1967 Rambler Rebel look like if it was still made today in an "updated" form?

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Chandelier C
Chandelier C

The burn of “Most modern airplanes are flying right now; the 737 max is not,” does not age. Does 👏🏻 not 👏🏻 age 👏🏻.

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Chandelier C
Chandelier C

- Still timeless! 😆

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Ratplague707
Ratplague707

And meanwhile, throughout this entire process, Boeing was investing billions into stock buyback programs to prop up the share price, (and boost the stock-based compensation for its executives), instead of investing that money into actual engineering r&d. I hate to see a storied American company like Boeing and all the jobs that it brings facing such an uncertain future, but I believe that this kind of corporate greed and narrow-mindedness should not go unpunished and Boeing is reaping what they sowed.

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Levente Vágó
Levente Vágó

They could Make a 797, with the same controls.

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George Obregon
George Obregon

Boeing doesn’t know how to design software.

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ju ju
ju ju

Don't buy rubbish Boeings. Get a proper plane like Airbus.

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Akhil P Nair
Akhil P Nair

This channel ignited my interest in Airplanes !

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bobbycone2
bobbycone2

These planes will be back in the air soon and frankly I don't want to get on one.

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The Mitton Method
The Mitton Method

The problems actually began long before 2011. By 2000, Boeing should have seen the writing on the wall for the 737, then a 30-year old design. Management chose to keep working with less expensive updates instead of taking the long view and getting a new generation replacement into production. Even in healthy economic climates, any way a service provider can save money in the medium to long term, is an important part of profitability and sustainability. The attitude of "going cheap" and extending and fixing developing problems was driven by corporate greed, and it eventually caught up with them. Building aircraft and predicting the shifting market is a long-term exercise in gazing into your crystal ball and making sound judgements based on what will be best for your customers in the medium to long term. Boeing chose short-term gain over this, and is now paying the price for it.

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The Mitton Method
The Mitton Method

@Appable my point precisely... it was the hubris of Boeing, and the incapability of the FAA by that time that led to the process. The true problem does not lie with Boeing - as a production company, it has to live with profit/loss... the issue was (and is) that the regulatory body (FAA) has no teeth, and no agents to confirm adhesion to the regulations. Self-certification was and always will be, bad in every way... particularly from the customer perspective.

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Appable
Appable

By 1996, Airbus had already complained about the certification of 737 NG as a 737 derivative in Europe. I don't know the validity, but I've heard rumors the FAA strongly suggested Boeing was reaching the end of the road for 737 grandfathering with NG, particularly with a new wing, exit door issues, and runway length requirements. MAX pushes it even further with a new engine (at least NG had another version of the CFM), fly-by-wire spoilers, etc.

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Brittany Ruggiero
Brittany Ruggiero

That’s not true. American Airlines didn’t force them into anything. When Boeing found out that AA put in an order to Airbus for 200 planes Boeing made a deal with them that if they gave them half that order they will re-engine the 737.

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johna26
johna26

It is a Must Crash Aircraft System so it May Crash Any Second, it is because Money Considered Above Safety (MCAS)

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Tawha Ranui
Tawha Ranui

737 Max eye-opener here: https://youtu.be/9OzFlqHikU

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TN1183
TN1183

Can't request your airplanes like burgers --- these two are very different things, and the consequences are dire.

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Furret
Furret

The readjustment system is just very lazy. And this is the same company which made the 787 dreamliner and the 747 which has served for many years...

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Cole Matthews
Cole Matthews

Every video you make is such gold.

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KDC London
KDC London

great explanation of a complex set of corporate decisions & mistakes - by far the best I've seen - thanks

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SpazzyMcGee1337
SpazzyMcGee1337

Did the 737 Max engineers not use a Design Failure Mode Effects Analysis? Surely would would have included a "sensor fails" failure mode.

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Sourabh Patil
Sourabh Patil

We can say that the MAX is now safe plane as none crashed after ET302. Great record for a yaar...

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slicer 4life
slicer 4life

The 737 max is just a failed airplane, why would you mount above the wing and reduce your aerodynamic is just looks like a recipe for disaster

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Metallic
Metallic

Hi, I'm from the future and uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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Dequan Milete
Dequan Milete

Of course American Airlines had something to do with this

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David
David

A320 Neo is superior anyways. Not sure why so many airlines are waiting around to see what happens with the 737 max when its not even clear if it will ever fly again. The A320 Neo is a proven jet that has all the benefits of the 737 Max, does not require extra training... and doesnt fly you into the ground against your will.

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

David because the backlog for the A320Neo is years long.

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Hunter Gaming
Hunter Gaming

can someone tell me how planes can fly .5 flights

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E1craZ4life
E1craZ4life

The flight would take off before midnight and land after midnight.

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Crow Rat
Crow Rat

ahhh so people died for a companies greed? Whoa... who would have thought that to be the case.

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Marco D'Magnifico
Marco D'Magnifico

It happens in every company were you let the accountants and marketing people override the engineers.

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crystal 720
crystal 720

THEY DONE IT TO KILL US

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Mitchell Mason
Mitchell Mason

For everyone ripping the MAX, I recommend you look into the recently-released report of the Lion Air crash. It's pretty difficult (IMO) to walk away from that believing that Boeing's engineering was the sole cause. The pilots were incompetent and maintenance should be held criminally liable. It's not even clear that removing MCAS would have saved that airplane from crashing in the first place.

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

If the plane didn’t have MCAS it wouldn’t have started trimming the plane nose down. Yes they didn’t take corrective action but the fault lay with MCAS in the first place. A faulty AOA sensor hasn’t caused any other plane to start nose diving

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Ian Muir
Ian Muir

Mitchell Mason Yeh?well what about the other one that went down

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boondoc001
boondoc001

C.R.E.A.M

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CMDRFandragon
CMDRFandragon

'only 89 million dollars'.....yes, because we have that in our back pocket. But damn....sucks when one of those crashes.

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Demonslayer20111
Demonslayer20111

i can answer that question in one sentence. airlines wanted another 737, but bigger, because they had been flying them for a long time and it would be cheaper to switch crews over to a plane of the same type, so boeing gave them what they wanted.

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Ian Muir
Ian Muir

Demonslayer20111 Death

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Cool breeze joe
Cool breeze joe

Boeing’s crash and kill y’a! 380 airbus doesn’t ! I will never ever fly Boeing again cause I want Live !

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Bob Dunkley
Bob Dunkley

If it's Boeing, I'm not going.

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Xenomorph Biologist - XX121
Xenomorph Biologist - XX121

“Most airplanes are flying right now, the 737 Max is not” *EVISCERATED*

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5Andysalive
5Andysalive

wix is the only advertising i enjoy. Because it means literally wank in german and thast amuses me everytime. Also MCAS is such a brilliant example of PR and spindoctoring something bad into something cool sounding.

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Ian Muir
Ian Muir

5Andysalive Wunderbar

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aurangzeb zeb
aurangzeb zeb

What about MCAS blunder commited by boeing

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Jeremy
Jeremy

Thumbs up for the references in the description.

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TheYeahok
TheYeahok

A comprehensive explanation. Fantastic!

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Dynamic Solution
Dynamic Solution

American Airlines convinced Boeing's accountants to engineer the aircraft.

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Allan Qurashi
Allan Qurashi

So were the FAA looking the other way while the 737 MAX was being designed down to a price?

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Frank Heberer
Frank Heberer

FANTASTIC VIDEO!!

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David Parry
David Parry

Boeing is closer to Chapter11 than you imagine...

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A Clever Name
A Clever Name

Most modern airliners reach their destination The 737 Max crashes at takeoff.

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bbeen40
bbeen40

Boeing deserves to go under for this.

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Shawn Elliott
Shawn Elliott

"The 737 Max only has a warning light." Great, that's just what you need at 30,000 feet in the air -- a Check Engine Light telling you to go visit a mechanic.

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Ian Muir for the difference in AOA yes. The normal warning light for engines, cabin altitude were always there

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Cyprian Ferns that was a light warning of AOA difference. Not the same as the usual set of warning lights

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Clay Yosten yeah but compare it to an airbus which gives you step by step instruction on what to do and it is a really outdated way of fault finding. The pilots of Helios 522 didn’t even know what warning they were getting

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Ian Muir
Ian Muir

Wanst the warning light an optional extra ?

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Cyprian Ferns
Cyprian Ferns

@Clay YostenI think some Boeing 737 Max did not even have that light ..it was an option offered by Boeing at extra cost

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MrTweetyhack
MrTweetyhack

Boeing CEOs should rot in jail, not get paid to kill people

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FattyLeFreak
FattyLeFreak

For those interested in the case, go read the leaked Boeing e-mails. Several of Boeing's own engineers knew it was an unsafe design - they wouldn't even let their own family fly in this death trap. Other Boeing staff lied to the aviation safety authorities about the aircraft, one employee even admitted "I think I'm going to hell for this." and "I can't do this one more time, or no Pearly Gates for me."

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FattyLeFreak
FattyLeFreak

"Most modern airplanes has radios to communicate with air controllers, the 737 Max uses two tin cans and a string"

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Siren the Griffon
Siren the Griffon

It's almost like an economic system built on short term profits has some bad side effects or something

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Atari Andre
Atari Andre

Finally someone telling the truth.

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jetaddicted
jetaddicted

It’s that title... Every time it pops back in my recommendations, I have to grin...

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joseaca
joseaca

So many people arguing capitalism is the problem, when capitalism gave us the A320neo, boeing chose to ignore the horrible design limitations of the 737, with some internal emails calling the MAX "a plane designed by monkeys, supervised by clowns", and now they have lost their credibility and millions

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Vasudev Dubey
Vasudev Dubey

Apart from the usual 737 Max bashing comments, we have to realize that the Airbus A320Neo is also a flawed design because it, coupled with the Pratt & Whitney Engine is prone to frequent shutdowns. Indigo flights in India only fly the A320 with the P&W combo and every month atleast 5-10 flights get affected It's a ticking timebomb that hasn't bombed

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

So why is it an A320NEO issue of it only affects one airline? Besides the cause they found was because Indigo pilots were leaving the engines at TOGA/Flex up until cruise altitude because they said it used less fuel because they got to cruise altitude quicker and then could set cruise thrust

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Ricardo Granados
Ricardo Granados

@Vasudev Dubey Yeah sure but again if you have A320 neo's that are lasting more hours, then it's a problem with the engine not necesarly a critical problem of the A320. It's P&W Problem, sounds like the made a 1980's engine for Legacy Airlines.

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Vasudev Dubey
Vasudev Dubey

@Ricardo Granados for that you need to understand how Engines work. You see, the Engine is only designed after a defined Plane body is present. The A320 was a good plane, the A320neo has extra cabin space and elongated, and also has a better fuel tank range. The issue with P&W Engines is the fact that the metallurgy fails at High Speed. This High Speed is near rated load, but under the prolonged stress cycle (Budget airlines Typically keep their planes in air as long as possible to earn maximum revenue) causes Engine failure. Earlier it was assured by P&W that their Engines would last 30,000 Flight Hours before maintainance But now because many engines are failing after just 1000 Flight hours , P&W has to manufacture more Engines (Usually 2 engines are made for one use case, 1 in use and 1 reserve) So if multiple engines fail, the QA and manufacturing standards come under extreme stress. This is the vicious cycle of Indigo and P&W

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Ricardo Granados
Ricardo Granados

Isn't that a problem of the P&W Engine if it works with other engines the A320 neo looks like the best modern single isle plane in existence. You could sell a perfect single isle plane equivalent to the 737-700 for 300 Million USD and nobody would buy it.

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Michael Lam
Michael Lam

This is like getting a 1910 ford and putting in power steering and selling it as new and improved!

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thomas Burke
thomas Burke

This is way off the mark. . Working In aviation for the last 30 years.. the only reason 737 is still manufactured is because of it type certificate... once you are checked out or approve to fly a certain airframe you can fly any version of that type certificate.. since the 3 biggest discount airlines in the world fly one type of aircraft the 737 the cost saving is huge..

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Travels With Bruce
Travels With Bruce

Boeing also suffered a major lose with against Bombardier with the C 200 series (now called the Airbus A220) which Delta has a MASSIVE order. Boeing went for a trade dispute using the courts, which mean Bombardier was forced to partner with Airbus. Delta has the largest order of A220. A major blow to Boeing.

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Mugdorna
Mugdorna

11.5 hours daily utilisation is pretty bad.

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Matthew Spry
Matthew Spry

So an original 50 year old 737 is far safer and more likely to keep flying than a brand new death trap max with MCRASH installed!!!

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Finley Fendt
Finley Fendt

Pilot training costs drive the requirement to purchase the 737, meanwhile, the replacement for the 737 should have been the 757. Re engine and far more cargo capacity. Think about it, the 757 Max and all the problems with this old airframe design would be over. A fleet of 757, WOW.

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Ricardo Granados
Ricardo Granados

One of the best planes ever created pilots seem to say at least.

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lee santos
lee santos

The 737 is a great plane but Boeing screwed it all up !

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Paname514
Paname514

"The Economics That Made Boeing Build the 737 Max": short answer: A320 neo.

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Arca İpekyün
Arca İpekyün

Actually no.

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Dr Wolfgang Chausser
Dr Wolfgang Chausser

the MAX stands for maximum death.

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happy I care
happy I care

Chapeauuu

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happy I care
happy I care

😊😊😊😊😊👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

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Nathan Sabo
Nathan Sabo

Really good video. The MCAS can not pitch the plane down to the ground without pilot intervention though. The mcas system would trim the plane for(I believe) 3 seconds per incident then stop trimming down. In the fatal crashes the pilots began a new incident by trimming up some but not all 3 seconds of trim then letting the mcas trim down for another 3 seconds.

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Nelson Swanberg
Nelson Swanberg

BA will split of the defense business before declaring a bankruptcy reorganization. Executive management just loves now stock. Lather, rinse, repeat................

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