Dreamliner can be a nightmare …


FAA fielded nearly a dozen whistleblower complaints about Boeing 787

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/boeing-787-dreamliner-prompted-nearly-a-dozen-complaints-from-whistleblowers-to-faa/

The 787 Dreamliner is Boeing’s flagship airplane, with American Airlines and United Airlines flying 86 of them. But CBS News has confirmed the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) received nearly a dozen whistleblower complaints, as recently as 2017, expressing concerns about the manufacturing of the Dreamliner at the Boeing plant in South Carolina.

Will the super planes be grounded?? Probably not, until there is a catastrophe.

A good part of this scenario and other situations like it, there was too much inve$ted in their projects to admit they may be faulty.

Folks, it is always dollar$ before safety in our greed filled society. The way the BIG BOYS see it, people are expendable, dollar$ are not. It has been proven time and time again. Wait until it happens, and then maybe they will make a move.

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