FLYING COFFINS: 3 Boeing aircraft suffered mechanical FAILURES in 2 days
05/15/2024 // Olivia Cook // Views

More and more Boeing aircraft are experiencing accidents, including one incident in Turkey involving a 737-800's tires exploding. Boeing's airplanes have actually been crashing for years.

On Thursday, May 9, a Boeing aircraft experienced a tire burst during landing in Turkey – marking the third plane from the manufacturing giant to encounter technical issues or accidents within a span of two days.

Following the incident, 190 individuals were evacuated from the Boeing 737-800, operated by Turkey's Corendon Airlines, upon its landing at Gazipasa-Alanya Airport in southern Turkey. Images from the scene depicted the aircraft stationed on the tarmac surrounded by emergency vehicles, with its front wheels and landing gear visibly damaged. Corendon Airlines refuted Turkish claims that the plane had landed on its nose.

Despite the dramatic nature of the landing, none of the 184 passengers and six crew members on board the flight originating from Cologne, Germany, were harmed. This event is the latest in a series of alarming incidents involving Boeing aircraft over the past two days.

The day before, a Boeing 767 cargo plane operated by FedEx executed an emergency landing at Istanbul Airport due to malfunctioning front landing gear. Video footage captured the nose of the aircraft scraping across the runway during the landing.

On the same day, footage emerged showing frightened passengers fleeing a burning Boeing 737-300 jet with 78 passengers aboard after it skidded off the runway and caught fire during take-off in Senegal.

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These incidents will undoubtedly exacerbate the challenges being faced by Boeing, which is already under intense scrutiny due to a series of mishaps, as well as the recent deaths of two whistleblowers within two months.

Cost-cutting measures cause decline in reliability of Boeing aircraft

"At its core, a software malfunction was to blame," said podcaster, teacher and writer David Perell in his essay. "The root cause lies in Boeing's decision to compromise its engineering standards."

The main reason Boeing has lowered its engineering standards is "to save money," noted Perell.

"The primary motive was cost reduction and efficiency enhancement," he wrote. "This can be traced back to Boeing's acquisition of McDonnell-Douglas in 1997, which introduced a corporate culture with diminished engineering rigor. Since then, the company's pace of innovation has slowed, leading to shortcuts being taken to sustain growth."

The narrative of the 737 Max crashes extended far beyond the tragic events themselves. It's a tale of a once-revered American behemoth losing its direction due to mergers, risk aversion and excessive reliance on outsourcing. (Related: Boeing’s nosedive: How greed ruined a great American company.)

As Stan Sorscher, a former Boeing engineer and labor representative, pointed out, Boeing's emphasis on cost-cutting over innovation and safety has had consequences. Production issues with various Boeing models, including the 787, 747-8 and 737 Max, have incurred significant financial losses and jeopardized airline passengers' safety.

The structure of the 737 Max mirrored its predecessor albeit with notable differences, such as larger engines, an expanded fuselage and the addition of winglets for enhanced fuel efficiency.

The decision to expedite production and minimize costs with the 737 Max directly contributed to the crashes. Instead of initiating a new aircraft project, Boeing opted to revamp the 737 to retain American Airlines' patronage, which had announced plans to purchase Airbus jets. This decision prioritized short-term gains over long-term safety.

To avoid additional expenses associated with pilot training, Boeing limited modifications to the 737, resulting in larger engines that necessitated aircraft design adjustments. However, this alteration inadvertently destabilized the plane's aerodynamics, leading to the implementation of the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) to counteract potential stalls.

Unfortunately, the MCAS was flawed and poorly communicated to pilots, exacerbating the risks. Boeing's focus on cost reduction and efficiency compromised safety protocols, ultimately contributing to the tragic crashes.

Watch this video showing a Boeing plane crashing after its landing gear failed.

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