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il y a 31 minutes, bxlmontreal a dit :

De plus en plus de pays suspendent tous les vols de Boeing 737 MAX.

 

https://www.rtbf.be/info/monde/detail_le-royaume-uni-suspend-tous-les-vols-de-boeing-737-max?id=10168189

Avec raison. Lors du crash de Lion Air on a préféré pointer du doigt le manque d’entrainement des pilotes indonésiens mais là avec le sérieux d’Ethiopian Airlines qui est une compagnie très fiable on ne peut plus ignorer le problème. Dommage que 157 autres personnes aient du mourrir pour qu’on prenne le problème au sérieux. I’m mad.

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Si AC suit il y aura des conséquences sans doute pour YUL(SFO/LAX)

 

maudit ... je suis suppose etre sur celui vers SFO ce vendredi ... j espere qu'il n'y aura pas trop de complications mais la securite d abord

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Il y a 3 heures, bxlmontreal a dit :

Si AC suit il y aura des conséquences sans doute pour YUL(SFO/LAX)

Je sais que cela n'est pas possible mais il faudrait devancer l'arrivée des A220 (CSeries) dans la flotte d'Air Canada. Car le A220 peut remplir les mêmes missions mais avec un peu moins de passagers à bord. Il suffirait de retarder l'ouverture des nouvelles liaisons prévues pour le A220 afin que celui-ci puisse temporairement remplacer le 737, qu'il faudra bientôt rebaptiser Mad Max. 

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I have no knowledge of the airline industry and its workings so does anyone have any ideas as to why Canada / U.S. would not close their airspace or their airlines ground planes while other countries and companies are doing the opposite ? I would assume North America would be in lock step with UK, EU, Australia etc.   

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Il y a 1 heure, swansongtoo a dit :

I have no knowledge of the airline industry and its workings so does anyone have any ideas as to why Canada / U.S. would not close their airspace or their airlines ground planes while other countries and companies are doing the opposite ?

Canada has a tendency, like Britain, to line its policies with those of the US. But in this case the UK banned the 737 Max while Canada still hesitates to do the same probably because both markets, USA and Canada, are interconnected. If the UK elected to ground the plane means they must be genuinely concerned because they would not be naturally inclined to do something that would upset the US government.

However, if the airplane at fault was an Airbus you can be sure that the FAA would have grounded it already, regardless of other considerations. We have to keep in mind that in the past we have seen the FAA trying to protect Boeing rather than the travellers (i.e. 787 Dreamliner).

Also, when it comes to business the mentality in North America is different than the one prevailing in Europe. Over there they are less hesitant when the data is sufficiently incriminating to ban a certain chemical product whereas in NA the benefit of the doubt is always left to the companies in order to protect their business interests rather than the public health (i.e. Roundup).

The fact that the Air Canada pilots union has asked the Minister of Transport to reconsider his decision to keep the Mad Max flying says it all. If these guys are not comfortable about the situation why should we?

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Il y a 12 heures, swansongtoo a dit :

I have no knowledge of the airline industry and its workings so does anyone have any ideas as to why Canada / U.S. would not close their airspace or their airlines ground planes while other countries and companies are doing the opposite ? I would assume North America would be in lock step with UK, EU, Australia etc.   

Les pays qui ont interdit de vol le 737 MAX 8 en ont peu en service aux sein de leurs compagnies aériennes respectives Les conséquences négatives au niveau économiques sont donc amoindries. L'interdiction de vol est donc surtout de nature politique, pour bien paraître aux yeux de la population.

Les 737 MAX 8 sont beaucoup plus nombreux aux États-Unis (et chez Air Canada). Une interdiction de vol aurait un impact économique beaucoup plus important. Surtout qu'on ne semble toujours pas avoir identifié la cause exacte de l'écrasement.

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