Are Max planes safe?
Is it safe now? By endorsement of the FAA, Boeing and its pilots, the 737 MAX has been determined as safe to fly. But safe pilots fly planes safely and part of being a safe pilot is being well-trained and well-informed as to the full functionality of an aircraft’s systems.
When did Boeing reveal that the MCAS system was on the aircraft?
Boeing first publicly named and revealed the existence of MCAS on the 737 MAX in a message to airline operators and other aviation interests on November 10, 2018, twelve days after the Lion Air crash.
What is an aircraft Trust and why do you need one?
The FAA is widely accepted, and aircraft that maintain their registration generally have higher resale values. While FAA registration is the primary reason for aircraft trusts, they also might be set up for structural purposes, simplification purposes, or convenience. Whatever the reason, a trust can be maintained for an indefinite period of time.
Is aircraft Guaranty approved by FAA?
U.S registration of aircraft through the use of aircraft trusts (also known as owner trusts) has been approved by the FAA for approximately forty (40) years and is recognized in relevant FAA regulations. Also, Aircraft Guaranty thoroughly vets its trustors before they are ever put in trust.
Does MCAS apply to Boeing’s 737 MAX pilots?
In turn, airplane manuals and pilot training materials for U.S.-based airlines lacked information about MCAS, and pilots flying the 737 MAX for Boeing’s airline customers were not provided any information about MCAS in their manuals and training materials.
How do you put a plane in a trust?
A plane is placed in trust and the title of the aircraft is registered to the name of the trustee. The beneficiary of the trust owns a beneficial interest in the trust. All correspondence from the FAA goes to the Owner Trustee, who then communicates that information to the beneficiary.