Boeing has gone all out to say it is updating software and the 737 MAXes will be back up in a few weeks. No problems anymore! But will people still refuse to board? No one wants to talk about that. What passengers now want to know is how to avoid that bad plane. Everyone who has watched… Read More


Boeing, Boeing, GONE! Last Wednesday, President Trump announced the grounding of the 737 MAX fleet in the United States, making it the last major country to take this step.   His statement came after days of turmoil that saw Boeing stock descend steadily while nation after nation moved to bar the fast-selling plane from flying.… Read More


Immediate Grounding of Boeing 737 MAX 8 Aircraft called for by Airline Passenger Group, Charges FAA ‘Wait and See’ Attitude Risks Lives For more information, contact Paul Hudson, President, FlyersRights.org at 800-662-1859 or paul@flyersrights.org. Paul Hudson has been a member of FAA’s Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) since 1993. Washington, DC-March 11, 2019- FlyersRights.org has… Read More


  Serious problems were exposed this week by the Southwest Airline Pilots Association when the organization’s leader said that 80 percent of its maintenance is outsourced. This is far more than other airlines. United Airlines farms out 51 percent of maintenance, Alaska 49 percent, Delta 43 percent, and American 33 percent, the union said. Last Friday, Southwest… Read More


Two aviation crashes outside the U.S. made headlines this week. Lion Air crash An almost-new Boeing 737 Max 8 operated by Indonesian low-cost carrier Lion Air crashed shortly after departing from Jakarta International Airport on Oct. 29. Lion Air had operated the aircraft only since August of this year. The 737 carrying 189 passengers and crew went… Read More