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How Airlines Are Defending Dormant 737 MAX Jets From The Ravages Of Corrosion, Insects And Time: FA

Discussion in 'Airline Talk & Discussion' started by Lord Leighton, Aug 16, 2019.

  1. Lord Leighton

    Lord Leighton Hangar Gold Member I

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    Just another sad part of the 737MAX story. I wasn't kidding when I wrote the way this is progressing they may spend the rest of existence in the desert with Boeing ending production. I don't think the FAA is to eager to approve any fixes and "rubber stamp" anything to do with this aircraft. Just like my Mom's car. She stopped driving it years before she passed away but the 1998 Olds Cutlass Ciera was scrapped even though it was garaged and had less then 50,000 miles on it because of dry rot, rust in some areas and just too much rubber an plastic that had to be replaced. Things built to move are supposed to be moving to stay in condition, just like us I guess.
     
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    The old adage continues, 'Use it or lose it'. Btw, IMHO, The Olds 'Ciera' was scrap at the end of the production line anyway. More GM cookie cutter crap.
     
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    LL, I never liked the car but she did. I agree. LOL
     
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