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FAA orders checks on 9,300 Boeing 737 planes for possible switch failures

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Thursday issued a directive to operators of all Boeing Co (BA.N) 737 series airplanes to conduct inspections to address possible failures of cabin altitude pressure switches. (www.reuters.com) Ещё...

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williamableman
William Ableman 4
Extremely important system. As a Flight Engineer on C-141s in the Air Force, we had a pressurization failure while we were climbing out. It's one of the systems that the Flight Engineer has to monitor. I noticed that we were not pressurizing and told the crew to put on oxygen masks. As we were passing 10,000 feet, I was trying to engage this one switch which would restore our pressurization. I flipped the switch back and forth many times, and on the Pilot's instruction, I kept flipping it hoping to get a spark through that switch to get it to work. After doing that at least 20 to 30 times, it finally engaged.
ADXbear
ADXbear 4
Good Lord, is there any end in Dwight to Boeings embarrassing list of product problems.. ?I'm worn out from reading about them, time for some good news.
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 6
The only good news we could hear from Boeing is an entire change of directors and management.
dvbavcon
Dean Brossman 2
I checked the FAA Website and there has been no recent ADs issued on this issue. It is an old problem and the system had redundancy built in years ago. I wonder what they might be talking about. Just Drama maybe?
dvbavcon
Dean Brossman 1
AD 2021-14-20 issued today is for every 737 flying today. A simple check every 2,000 flying hours.
Quirkyfrog
Robert Cowling 0
*sigh*

Can they save themselves, or not?

They seem to be determined to be strapped into the electric chair. Yikes. And their stock price is over $200? *WHY*? *HOW?*

Do not buy Boeing stock! Just say no!!!

alevans51
WARREN EVANS 0
The use of cheap parts, and re-certified parts, cannibalized from junk is the moniker of Boeing. New planes are not new. The are recirculated parts of prior failures and condemned junkers.
GeorgePepe
George Pepe -5
I bet anyone that a good chunk of these planes are from the MAX series.
jhowa1
Jack Howard 9
I will take that bet. The directive is pretty clear if you read it. All 737 Series aircraft.
wecsam
David Tsai 5
This has to do with the cabin pressurization warning, so I would expect all models to be affected.
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 2

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