The CEO Of American Airlines Just Made A Startling Admission About the Boeing 737 MAX. It Won't Reassure Passengers and Pilots...
As the grounding of Boeing's latest plane continues, how can airlines get passengers back on it?
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May 25, 2019 - by Chris Matyszczyk Owner, Howard Raucous LLC for inc.com
- As the grounding of Boeing's latest plane continues, how can airlines get passengers back on it?
The saga goes on.
The accusations fly and the confidence in whether the Boeing 737 MAX is airworthy is wavering.
Even among many airline pilots.
Why, Capt. Dennis Tajer, spokesman for the Allied Pilots Association -- which represents American Airlines pilots -- described Boeing as having a "poisoned, diseased philosophy."
In the middle of all this are airline CEOs, who want to end the disruption to customers and regain their confidence.
But how are they going to do that?
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker was extremely open about the sheer difficulty in persuading customers that, once the software updates on the plane are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, the MAX is perfectly safe.
His airline has 24 of the planes currently grounded...