An interesting piece of advice from Steven Udvar-Hazy: “We’ve asked Boeing to get rid of that word Max,” Udvar-Hazy said. “I think that word Max should go down in the history books as a bad name for an aircraft.” What is your view?
We are interested in getting our reader’s view on this subject. Boeing's CEO David Calhoun said the MAX 10 would not be developed if it required meeting new standards. “If I lose the fight [to avoid that requirement], I lose the fight.” Who blinks first?US...
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