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They fitted larger, heavier engines on an old frame design to try to keep up with Airbus sales and are going to pay the Joker 2019 Shirt price now. They knew that the fitting of these heavier engines caused the aircraft to go into a stall position, but to save money, didn’t fit enough sensors to read the aircraft’s attitude correctly when in flight. Nor did they write the correct computer code that could handle the problem.
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They are now reducing the Joker 2019 Shirt amount of this aircraft they produce a month as orders are being canceled, which doesn’t surprise me, who would want to fly in an aircraft that is inherently unsafe. Any system that makes the controls fight against a pilot during crucial take-off and landing times is a system too far. Computers glitch, the software can misinterpret a sudden air-pocket as an engine cut off or turbulence. If they rolled out that ACAS on planes in the future as standard we’ll have a few crashes per year.
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The issue here is a poor quality control without considering the risk of losing human lives. It’s a crime and absolute irresponsibility. Remembers me the Volkswagen affair and everybody treats Boeing as if they were gods. They are criminals thinking only in profits. It’s how capitalism works. If they were to concentrate purely on quality, the would never ship a plane and would have been out of business more than twenty years ago. They’ve just been unlucky on this point, compared to other companies.
Really, do you think competitors works much better? Absolutely correct, single point of failure leading to multiple conflicting information to the Joker 2019 Shirt cockpit. Disgraceful. Also, the system appears to have been improperly certified, and not explained at all to airlines and aircrews. I didn’t understand the notes. I’m not a software engineer or informed in this area, but I had heard that the design of this plane has a larger engine set further forward to the front of the plane.