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


  Gregory Travis is a software architect, aircraft owner and writer. His first article identifying the issues with the 737 Max appeared in the May 2019 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine. (use ^arrows ^ to scroll document) .… Read More


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