The longest grounding in aviation history has come to an end, as the US government has given the Boeing 737 MAX the greenlight to fly. But some are concerned that the move might be premature. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich has the story. Then we turn to former NTSB official Jamie Finch.
The European Union is pressing ahead with $4 billion dollars-worth of tariffs and other penalties against the United States. It is the latest shot in a long-standing feud between Boeing and Airbus, two of the world’s biggest airplane manufacturers. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich reports. Then former NTSB official Jamie Finch joins Rick Sanchez to share his expertise.
Today Jamie Finch appeared on http://Hill.TV to discuss the tragic Ukraine International Airlines plane crash that appears to have been caused by a surface-to-air missile strike. Independent professional investigators need to get on the crash scene immediately to gather evidence to prove that the plane was brought down by either a missile or a mechanical failure. #UkrainianPlaneCrash #IranPlaneCrash #Boeing737
American Airlines’ flight attendants union is demanding an active role in any decision to put Boeing 737 MAX aircraft back in service, and its members “refuse to walk onto a plane that may not be safe.” This comes amid intense new scrutiny on Boeing, including a damning congressional testimony. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports. Then former NTSB Director of Government, Public and Family Affairs Jamie Finch joins Rick Sanchez to share his expertise.