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What Boeing planes have issues?
According to Boeing and the FAA, the problem first became apparent during testing of a newly manufactured 737 Max 8, which had yet to be delivered to its owner. It was found that electrical power systems on the aircraft were not working correctly.
Can Boeing Be Sued?
Boeing’s board on Friday settled a lawsuit brought by major institutional shareholders that alleged the directors and top executives, including CEO Dave Calhoun, failed to adequately monitor the safety of the 737 MAX before the first fatal crash in 2018 and in the months leading up to the second crash in 2019.
Who are the largest shareholders of Boeing?
Top 10 Owners of Boeing Co
|Newport Trust Co.||7.46\%||43,855,318|
|The Vanguard Group, Inc.||6.93\%||40,747,480|
|SSgA Funds Management, Inc.||4.53\%||26,599,764|
|BlackRock Fund Advisors||3.92\%||23,016,960|
When must a pilot view the maintenance logbook prior to flight?
Chapter 2 2-2 Figure 2-1. Pilots must view the aircraft’s maintenance logbook prior to flight to ensure the aircraft is safe to fly. Figure 2-2. A visual inspection of the aircraft before flight is an important step in mitigating airplane flight hazards.
When is it appropriate to visually inspect an airplane?
Any discrepancies must be addressed prior to flight. Once the pilot has determined that the airplane’s logbooks provide factual assurance that the aircraft meets its airworthy requirements, it is appropriate to visually inspect the airplane.
What is included in the AFM/POH preflight inspection?
In general, the following items are likely to be included in the AFM/POH preflight inspection: • Master, alternator, and magneto switches are OFF • Control column locks are REMOVED • Landing gear control is DOWN • Fuel selectors should be checked for proper operation in all positions, including the OFF position.
Who is responsible for the maintenance of an airplane?
[Figures 2-1 through2-3] The owner/operator is primarily responsible for maintenance, but the pilot is (solely) responsible for determining the airworthiness (and/or safety) of the airplane for flight.