U.S. FAA grounds Boeing 737 MAX 8 after 2 crashes in Third World countries

Parker Hernandez
Parker Hernandez

After days of mounting pressure, the United States grounded Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft on Wednesday, reversing an earlier decision in which American regulators said the planes could keep flying after a deadly crash in Ethiopia.
That disclosure suggests that a problem with the handling of the aircraft or the computerized flight-control system could have been a factor.

There has been no suggestion so far of terrorism or other outside interference in the functioning of the aircraft, which was only a few months old.

With WiFi on most airliner jets today, hijackers don't need guns to take over the cockpit. All they need to do is to hack into the jets computers and direct the plane to do a perfect 10/10 Flight Simulator X Steam Edition landing.

cbsnews.com/news/boeing-737-max-8-grounded-by-more-countries-heres-the-list/

I'm pretty sure that aircraft has ate shit.
~AirForceProud

Other urls found in this thread:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XL_Airways_Germany_Flight_888T
bestcomputersciencedegrees.com/10-air-disasters-caused-by-computer-errors/
youtube.com/watch?v=_3eIA3XxUEU

Anthony Martin
Anthony Martin

Would they actually be dumb enough to not compartmentalize the PUBLIC WIRELESS INTERNET from the plane's control systems? That seems comically retarded.

Josiah Foster
Josiah Foster

You have to ask despite knowing how the CIA has killed people in the past? Come on user…

Isaiah Stewart
Isaiah Stewart

Sounds like further evidence that these Third World Countries can't aviation like TSAmeriburger.
It's even more retarded that these aircraft have digital gauges and electronic controls.

Wyatt Ramirez
Wyatt Ramirez

Why didn't the pilots manually control the jet, invert the jet, and uninvert and land the jet?
I know we're talking Ethiopia here, and the airplane was only a few minutes from takeoff. But it could have been done.

Owen Collins
Owen Collins

You'd be surprised how retarded these things are when designed by complete retards.

Christian Morales
Christian Morales

Absolutely realistic, 10/10 Hollywood.

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Levi Smith
Levi Smith

Ethiopia Air should've trusted Sam Hyde to instruct their pilots. Perhaps they could've save lots of lives by not dropping chemtrails.

Jason Adams
Jason Adams

Pretty sure passenger jets can't fly inverted at all.

Chase Campbell
Chase Campbell

727 can.

Oliver Roberts
Oliver Roberts

"Lets put a feature only possible in a Cessna or super fast fighter jet into a movie"
<Training pilots actually attempt inverted flight

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Parker Murphy
Parker Murphy

Sorry, 707.

Alexander Campbell
Alexander Campbell

I thought it was russia or china hacking the flight systems, but my boss says it's the jews again

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Angel Carter
Angel Carter

U.S. FAA grounds Boeing 737 MAX 8 after 2 crashes in Third World countries
Is it, dare I say, /ourplane/?

Jaxon Bell
Jaxon Bell

all you low memory niggers are forgetting skyking

Hudson Watson
Hudson Watson

All he wanted was to do a barrel roll.

Anthony Parker
Anthony Parker

It was AI taking a shit, they didn't want to admit it to reduce panic.

Bentley Myers
Bentley Myers

There were United Nations representatives on the most recent one.
Anybody know which ones?

Xavier Perry
Xavier Perry

Aileron rolling into a inverted attitude and maintaining flight trajectory for any period of time is nothing like executing a positive g barrel roll in which you happen to be inverted during a portion. I'm only speculating here because I don't have the data to back it up, but it wouldn't at all surprise me if a static inversion in an airframe like a modern jumbojet results in a near instantaneous irrecoverable stall condition.

Christopher Ortiz
Christopher Ortiz

planes have wifi
thus the cockpit and controls are on the same network
Sub-nigger IQ.

Jayden Flores
Jayden Flores

Boeing should thank Trump

1 crash = anomaly
2 crashes = a problem
3 crashes = end of Boeing

Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

#AirTrafficControlSoWhite

James Rodriguez
James Rodriguez

The trick is not to dump all the sewage out of the rest rooms and all over the inside of the airplane as was done back in the '70s by a couple of the old Western Airlines pilots on a 727.

Xavier Sanders
Xavier Sanders

Can anons do some research into the co pilots? A pilot friend of mine said that both were highly under qualified and hired on affirmative action merits

Joshua Murphy
Joshua Murphy

Most modern planes will override the pilot if the computer is convinced they are doing something stupid.

Benjamin Wood
Benjamin Wood

200 hours of flight time.

James Gray
James Gray

No that's mostly just airbus.

Asher Morris
Asher Morris

airline is a straight Ethiopian airline, flying Ethiopians in Ethiopia
hired on affirmative action
that seems stupidly low considering you need 40 hours for a simple private pilots license to fly a cessna.

for an airline transport license it has to be close to 100+ hours if you do it straight.
but then this is Ethiopia, do they even have licenses in Ethiopia?

Connor Parker
Connor Parker

Pretty good explanation of the Lion Air B-737 Max crash, the one 6 months ago. Sound like pilots are a bit dim, over their heads.

Aiden Lewis
Aiden Lewis

What the hell's going on up there?

Zachary Evans
Zachary Evans

The only possible reason I can think for an actual barrel roll (and thank god someone actually knows the difference between a barrel roll and an aileron roll [learn the difference, it could save your life]) is possibly fuel pump issues. Everything else wouldn't really matter. Flight surfaces wouldn't malfunction from being inverted, for instance.
Done quickly enough, at speed, it might not even fuck up fuel pumps.

Gavin Wilson
Gavin Wilson

The plane crashed next to fucking Somalia where we have active military operations taking place. I noticed how there was no discussion of foul play either.

Thomas Richardson
Thomas Richardson

The problem is not the plane. The problem is a growing problem amongst pilots since at least 1990. The modern pilot has an over-reliance on the internal computer and does not know how to actually fly an aircraft. "True sailing is dead", the old joke, is true for air travel now.

Just look up XL Airways Germany Flight 888T. These individuals were only testing elements of the aircraft. All systems were normal until they decided to test the final check. The emergency computer was supposed to detect that they had fallen below an acceptable flight altitude. It failed. Rather than try to level up on their own, they continued to wait for the computer. Only before sudden impact into the Mediterranean Sea did they attempt to pull up, too late, and all persons aboard died. These pilots were experienced, and they relied too heavily on the computers aboard to use their own judgement.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XL_Airways_Germany_Flight_888T

Also, bestcomputersciencedegrees.com/10-air-disasters-caused-by-computer-errors/

Grayson Morgan
Grayson Morgan

WiFi
I bet you niggers think you can hack Starbucks stock because you can connect to the free wifi

Cooper Foster
Cooper Foster

I agree. I have actually been watching a bunch of videos on plane crashes going back to the 70's like:
youtube.com/watch?v=_3eIA3XxUEU

I was suprised to see how many accidents were caused by fucking MAINTENANCE. Many new plans back in the day crashed when new features were added and pilots didnt even know about them.

Isaiah Hill
Isaiah Hill

On that crash I linked from Wikipedia

The aircraft's computers received conflicting information from the three angle of attack sensors. The aircraft computer system’s programming logic had been designed to reject one sensor value if it deviated significantly from the other two sensor values. In this specific case, this programming logic led to the rejection of the correct value from the one operative angle of attack sensor, and to the acceptance of the two consistent, but wrong, values from the two inoperative angle of attack sensors. This resulted in the system's stall protection functions responding incorrectly to the stall, making the situation worse, instead of better. In addition, the pilots also failed to recover from an aerodynamic stall in a manual mode in which the stabilizer had to be set to an up position to trim the aircraft. But only the stick was applied forward but aircraft didn't trim itself because it was switched to full manual mode. Seconds later the plane crashed into the sea.

The fact that the computer failed to allow the pilots to correct themselves shows the current state of aviation. The pilots had an over-reliance on the computer, realized too late that the computer failed, and was not able to disengage the computer fast enough.

True Aviation is dead.

John Myers
John Myers

…And they want to make self-driving planes after they make cars

Josiah Young
Josiah Young

I think true aviation is alive in the hobbyists and enthusiasts but not in commercial transportation. For them, the business is to get from point A to point B with as little fuck ups as possible and still make money. But I agree with you in regards to automation, the addition of so many features although a net benefit for safety ( although it may be impossible to gauge the distastes saved by them ) actually causes the pilots to be of two brains instead of one.

Samuel Thomas
Samuel Thomas

I feel that it leads them to be one-brained, and that brain is the computer control system which is the one actually piloting the aircraft. The pilot is mostly for-show at this point, a babysitter to a flawed computer.

Jaxson Campbell
Jaxson Campbell

Guaranteed those are "teef".

Nathan Gomez
Nathan Gomez

All of them can, issue is the FBW does not allow them to.

also the 727 is by far the most unappreciated aircraft in existence

Liam Parker
Liam Parker

You expect nigger to fly something 100x more complicated than a car when they have retard IQs? smh…

Jason Price
Jason Price

So what? Fuck off back to reddit.

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