EXCLUSIVE: Interview With EU Aviation Safety Agency FlyersRights.org recently interviewed representatives at the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) about the future of the Boeing 737 MAX.  The timing is noteworthy, as it comes just as the FAA is expected to decide on whether to let the aircraft fly again. Below is our Q&A with EASA: FlyersRights:… Read More


– FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –   Contact: Paul Hudson 800-662-1859 Paul@FlyersRights.org -or- Kendall Creighton 850-341-5624 Kendall@FlyersRights.org   FLYERSRIGHTS SCORES EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY (EASA)  – EU Undecided About Ungrounding Boeing 737 MAX – Conducting independent safety tests   Washington, DC – September 27, 2019   After an unprecedented presentation by EASA head Patrick Ky… Read More


If you haven’t really kept up on the status of the Boeing 737 MAX, here’s a brief rundown of the current situation as the MAX enters its sixth month of worldwide grounding: Norwegian Air says it will stop offering some trans-Atlantic flights because the MAX grounding makes the routes “no longer commercially viable.” Southwest Airlines, Boeing’s most loyal customer,… Read More


MAX Meeting FlyersRights.org attended a Capitol Hill hearing this week where Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger told lawmakers that during a flight simulation, he too struggled to recover the 737MAX and that the automated flight control system was “fatally flawed.”    Our takeaways: Even more safety dangers were revealed by pilot testimony during Wednesday’s House Aviation Subcommittee. They include: – The… Read More


Boeing’s Influence Can you imagine the amount of money flowing from Boeing to DC right now? During the 2018 election cycle, here were the donations from Boeing to members of the House Aviation Subcommittee: Republicans: Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pennsylvania) $9,700. Mike Gallagher (R-Wisconsin) $5,999. Garret Graves (R-Louisiana) $6,000. Sam Graves (R-Missouri) $10,000. John Katko (R-New York) $15,400. Brian Mast (R-Florida) $7,681.… Read More


  FAA ‘credibility’ is now at stake Boeing now realizes that it needs more than executive spokespeople, lobbyists, and public relations specialists. It wants pilots and flight attendants to vouch for the MAX safety fixes. Boeing is desperate and does not want to wait the 6-12 months it would take to properly vet, test and… Read More