Japan Orders Boeing Jets Grounded Because They Keep Crashing

Andrew Anglin

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This problem could have been solved by simply hiring more black people at Boeing.



It’s a lack of diversity that is holding back the American aviation industry.

Reuters:

Showers of jet engine parts over residential areas on both sides of the Atlantic have caught regulators’ attention and prompted the suspension of some older Boeing planes from service.

Saturday’s incidents involving a United Airlines 777 in Denver and a Longtail Aviation 747 freighter in the Netherlands put engine maker Pratt & Whitney in the spotlight, though there is no evidence that they are related.

Raytheon-owned Pratt & Whitney said it was coordinating with regulators to review inspection protocols. It is expected to increase inspections ordered after previous incidents.

After the Colorado engine failure, when United Flight 328 dropped debris on a northern Denver suburb before landing safely, Boeing recommended the suspension of 777s with the same variant of PW4000 turbine. Japan, meanwhile, imposed a mandatory suspension.

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) weighed in on Monday, requesting more information on the Pratt engines in light of both events. A woman sustained minor injuries in the Dutch incident, which scattered turbine blades on the town of Meerssen. One was found embedded in a car roof.
There’s going to come a time when “Made in China” is a mark of quality and “Made in the USA” marks an item as potentially poisonous or dangerous.

This is the result of a choice our leaders made to force companies to replace their staffs with women and colored people.

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There’s going to come a time when “Made in China” is a mark of quality and “Made in the USA” marks an item as potentially poisonous or dangerous.

This is the result of a choice our leaders made to force companies to replace their staffs with women and colored people.
Watch from 1:15 min. Jim Jefferies lost everything he had going for him when he got a taste of Jewish money, but this here is pretty spot on, even more so if you insert some of those racist hate facts that I know you know.

 
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Japan is becoming more based in recent days, despite jewish interference.

I keep getting the feeling that something's gonna happen sooner or later.
 

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This problem could have been solved by simply hiring more black people at Boeing.
It's more likely maintenance than manufacturing because the latest machinery to fall out of the sky is old and was made in less degenerate times.

An airplane is probably manufactured in some globalized manner now, but I think it's still maintained in whatever country the airline who bought it is "really from."

United is obviously our. . . situation.

Longtail Aviation is from Bermuda: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L.F._Wade_International_Airport
They only own three big airplanes so I wonder if they do their own maintenance or have a larger outfit do it.

There’s going to come a time when “Made in China” is a mark of quality and “Made in the USA” marks an item as potentially poisonous or dangerous.
This is separately true.
 
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