After months of bad 737 MAX revelations, now this. The U.S. government’s Office of the Special Counsel announced last week they are investigating the Federal Aviation Administration on how it handled the approval process to let Southwest Airlines fly between California and Hawaii, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Special Counsel’s office that found… Read More


An expert study that was never made public found that Boeing bore significant responsibility for a deadly 737 crash in 2009. The New York Times reviewed evidence that revealed strong parallels with recent 737 Max crashes. In the 2009 crash and in more recent crashes that killed 346 people, an automated command was triggered by… Read More


The mystery of the Fuel Dumping B777 continues. A week later, we’re are still wondering why the pilots of a Boeing 777 didn’t notify air-traffic control before dumping fuel over densely populated Los Angeles. If the pilots thought it was an emergency, then undoubtedly the crew will claim it was in the interest of safety.… Read More


History doesn’t repeat, but it does rhyme. Curtiss-Wright was a huge airframe, engine and propeller manufacturer. that made a PILE of money from WW II. After the war, they had about a hundred million dollars in cash in the bank that they didn’t know what to do with. The engineering management of the company was… Read More


  While five security sources – three Americans, one European and one Canadian – initial assessment is that UIA flight PS752 suffered a technical malfunction and had not been brought down by a missile, it hasn’t stopped many from speculating on what else could have caused the older model Boeing 737-800 NG to fall from… Read More


. We are worried the Boeing 777X could prove just as problematic as the MAX – because the MAX issues are now publicly well-known, whereas the 777x are hidden. There’s not much info about the 777x and what’s online is being distorted by Boeing in yet another coverup. The 777x could be worse than the… Read More


  It’s still not certain that aviation authorities in the US, Canada, the EU and around the world will approve the 737 MAX as airworthy – but we are getting questions already asking how to avoid this aircraft. One tip would be to only book on the airline site, not an online agent, as the… Read More